It’s a wrap! Last weekend concluded the final session #MEAction’s first ever ACTIVIST CAMP!, a teach-in series for activists in the United States. We are so proud of this program and what it has accomplished. Congrats to our new grads! #MEAction ACTIVIST CAMP! aimed to deepen our campers’ engagement with activism – teaching our collective
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COVID-19 has significantly changed our lives in so many ways. With the recent increase in funding to study long COVID, there is understandably mixed-feelings in the ME community. While everyone wants those with long COVID to have the success people with ME so desperately deserve, for some, there is a fear of ME being lost
Editor’s note: This update is provided by Thane’s care team. UPDATE: Friday, February 5 , 2021 Thane was released from the hospital today and is home! j UPDATE: Wednesday, February 3 , 2021 Thane’s lawyer shared with us that the evaluation went very well on Monday morning. Thane agreed to a “continuance for dismissal,” which means that
We want to make you aware of new funding allocated through the Covid-19 relief package that has potential to make a real impact for ME, and why our federal agency work is at the forefront of all that we do. It was announced before the new year that $1.25 billion will be allocated to the
Does the U.S. spend more money researching diseases that primarily affect men? The answer is emphatically yes, according to an article published in the Journal of Women’s Health by Art Mirin, chair of #MEAction’s California State Chapter. In his research, Dr. Mirin found that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) gives a disproportionate share of
Last week the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced it will hold its next ME/CFS Telebriefing on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 11am Eastern Time. #MEAction staff and volunteers worked quickly to draft a letter with detailed questions for NIH in advance of this meeting. You can read the full letter here. We will keep
#MEAction State Chapters have been busy this year working to expand awareness, build support for House Bill H.R. 7057, and contribute to the Stop. Rest. and Pace. campaign, and provide much needed support to their communities during this unpredictable time. We are excited to share what they have been working on and remind those reading
On Wednesday, September 23 the CDC held its ME/CFS Stakeholder Engagement and Communication (SEC) conference call and the #MEAction community showed up to make our voices heard! Here is our initial summary of what you need to know.
Today is National Voter Registration Day! #MEAction along with many other organizations are sharing with their communities the importance of registering to vote for November’s general election.