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Give in Someone’s Honor

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This holiday season, give the gift of support and love through a donation to #MEAction. Your donations go to growing the reach of ME so that more people know and want to support. Donations also go to our various initiatives including: educating physicians, inspiring new scientists to the field, connecting ...

Community Roundup – End-Of-Year, 2018

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As always, our community continues to amaze us with its tenacity, creativity, intellect, hard work and generosity. Enjoy a round-up of some of the community happenings these past few months where people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) around the world continue to fight for recognition, treatment, care and dignity. Austria Austrian broadcast station ...

Holiday Shopping: Buy from artists, crafters and authors with ME

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The holidays are upon us! As you go about shopping for family and friends - or making gift suggestions - don’t forget about these wonderful gifts made by people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). We love to take every opportunity to support our community of crafters, authors, small business owners and ...

#MEAction Seniors Release their Bill of Rights

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Written by Nancy K Wood / Edited by Eileen Rosenbloom and Marcie Atkinson December 10th will mark the 70th annual Human Rights Day, the anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration. The theme for this decadal celebration is Promote, Engage and Reflect. We in the #MEAction Seniors Connect Facebook group ...

Study Examines Link between Immune Dysfunction and Metabolism in ME

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This article was first published on ME Australia.  An international collaboration of scientists, including Fane Mensah, Jo Cambridge and Australia's Chris Armstrong, investigated the relationship between CD24 expression and B cell maturation and found CD24 expression on B cells is related to energy metabolism and that its role differs between B ...

Community Roundup – Telling Our Story to the World

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Across the globe, we are pursuing creative projects across all mediums to tell the world about myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). In our fall roundup, you'll be inspired reading about the work and accomplishments of some of our community heroes. Support the #MEAction community by donating to our #GivingTuesday campaign this Tuesday, Nov. 27  where ...

Advocacy Round-up – A Season of Protest and Petition

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The #MEAction community has dug in deep this fall to undertake the incredibly important work - and heavy lifting - of ensuring that our health agencies create guidelines that will improve the lives of people with ME. We are holding our government officials accountable for their decisions that affect our daily ...

Alphabet Soup: Read the Latest about our U.S. Health Agencies and M.E.

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There are a lot of moving pieces to keep track of as we push for our U.S. federal agencies to provide fair and adequate treatment to people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). Together, our community continues to take action to fight for our lives, and we’re seeing the fruits of that ...

UPDATE: Cochrane Has NOT Removed “Exercise Therapy for CFS” Review

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It appears that Cochrane will NOT temporarily remove a review from its database that claims exercise therapy is effective for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), as a report in Reuters had indicated last week. Instead, Cochrane editors have added an editor's note (that is all but invisible unless you ...

New York #MEAction Protests Per Fink at Columbia University – Here’s what happened

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The protest against the Danish physician, Per Fink, last week demonstrates how our community takes action in a variety of ways to fight for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). 1) #MEAction New York organized a protest outside the conference where Fink was presenting on his unscientific theory of Bodily Distress ...