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The Danish physician, Per Fink, is traveling to the United States to speak about his unscientific and dangerous idea that myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)
I’m a researcher at NYU interested in the experiences of people with ME/CFS in the U.S.
Volunteers from #MEAction Scotland will attend the annual conference of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in Glasgow
The Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Advisory Committee, set up by the National Health and Medical
Australia: Macquarie University Study will look for Hypochondria and Somatic Symptoms in CFS, Fibro and MCS
Macquarie University are recruiting people with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, gastrointestinal disorders and multiple chemical sensitivity for a study
Three senators have formed a Parliamentary Friends of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) group in Australia’s
The InTime Trial aims to assess the effects of the investigational drug, CT38, in terms of its safety and
The Stanford Genome Technology Center will host the Second Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS, sponsored
* Nina E. Steinkopf is a ME patient activist and author of the blog www.melivet.com. The petition is addressed to the
On September 18th, more than 40 writers, activists, artists, filmmakers, physicians, and scientists came together to write an open
When it rains, it pours! There has been so much activity in our US health institutions that it’s easy
ME history was made this week in the historic capital of Scotland when delegates at the Scottish Liberal Democrats
At the Scottish Liberal Democrats conference this Saturday in Dunfermline, party member Emma Walker will present a motion about
The persistent dedication of our community to fight for our lives continues to yield results. We are pleased to
It has been a hot summer for many around the world, and another month of courage, resilience and bravery
Twenty-year-old, Linda, from Sweden shares her story about getting ME at the age of 4, living with a mild
It has been another active month in our community! A few major items to share: Family, Friends and Allies
PETITION UPDATE (Tuesday, September 11, 2018) The CDC has posted an updated, competitive bid solicitation for the development of federal
Brain tissue banks are able to provide ME researchers with samples to keep their research moving forward; Dr.
#MEAction is thrilled to announce that we are supporting the work of two research assistants working on myalgic encephalomyelitis
Simon McGrath is the author of the ME/CFS Research Review blog. The hallmark symptom of ME/CFS is post-exertional malaise
You may have watched your friend or relative struggle with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) unsure of what is happening or
Author of the ME/CFS Research Review blog, Simon McGrath, has written an article about Dr W. Ian Lipkin’s theory that the
At the National Organization for Women (NOW) conference held this past July, #MEAction’s co-founder and voluntary executive director, Jennifer Brea,
By Moderator, Bob Gawron | Contributions by members, Linda Morganstern and Nancy K Wood Several months ago, I approached #MEAction
Help advance biomarker research! The Bateman-Horne Center is actively recruiting patients and healthy controls who are eager to participate by providing samples and information. This is then used in ME/CFS and FM research to discover biomarkers, improve diagnosis, and advance treatment.
Suppose there was a substance that could help you, but before you learned about it, or you could find
The UC San Diego Smart WheelChair team is asking ME patients to fill out a short google questioner about
Article written by Sian Leary and Nathalie Wright | Photo credit: Paula Peters On 22nd July, Deaf and Disabled people