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In a first for ME/CFS research, NIH launched a creative grant expansion program to jump start ME/CFS research in the short term by supplementing current grants.
In essence, the NIH is posting an open call for research scientists with proposals that may fall under the purview of the original grant for the NIH’s intramural ME/CFS study.
Dutch ME patients strongly disagree with the composition of the Dutch Health Council ME Committee and start petition “ME
On March 21st, the brave Bolivian AKIPerDis protestors began their 265 mile journey by wheelchair through the Andes mountains to
Do you live in Wales, Northern Ireland or Scotland? Can you help push M.E. up the political agenda by sharing the M.E. Matters Now campaign manifesto?
Two studies at the University of NSW are using the ‘potentially harmful’ 2002 Australian guidelines. It is time for Australia to adopt the International Consensus Criteria.
After responding negatively to most of CFSAC’s recommendations for the ME/CFS research program, the NIH has now revised many of their
Dr Rebecca Goldin, blogging for Sense About Statistics, has said that flaws in the design of the PACE trial
In an invited post on UK charity Action for ME’s blog, Professor George Davey Smith of Bristol University has
This is the first study on ME/CFS conducted by NIH in two decades. One million patients suffer from this disease, too long neglected by both CDC and NIH. It is critical that the Principle Investigators recognize existing biomedical research on the disease, as well as the results of recently commissioned studies by the Institute of Medicine for DHHS and the P2P (Pathways to Prevention) program at NIH.
New US paper says it is critical that scientists world-wide develop consensus on how to identify and classify chronic fatigue syndrome and myalgic encephalomyelitis patients using clinical and research criteria.
#MEAction, in collaboration with the Association of People with Disability (APD) in Bolivia, have launched a campaign to raise
Liisa Lugus has been bedbound with extreme myalgic encephalomyelitis for 13 years and is losing her current home. She has nowhere to go and needs our help: https://www.tilt.com/tilts/liisa-lugus-urgent-housing-and-long-term-care-fund https://www.facebook.com/friendsofliisalugus/info/?tab=page_info
Professor James Coyne’s February 9 Belfast talk, “The Scandal of the £5m PACE Trial”, is now available on YouTube.
Australia: Write to the National Health and Medical Research Council about funding research and updating criteria.
#MEAction is excited to announce its first protest in Washington DC! Now rescheduled for May 25, 2016! Please join
All 13 organisations in the European ME Alliance (EMEA) have answered ME/CFS patient Clark Ellis’s call to request Queen
The Pediatric and Adolescent ME/CFS Primer team is aiming to complete the new Primer by mid-October, 2016. As was done for the adult ME/CFS Primer, the team would appreciate having original artwork for the cover of the Pediatric and Adolescent ME/CFS Primer
Last Thursday, Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Patty Murray (D-WA) introduced an important new bill which seeks to increase funding
At the NIH tele-briefing on Tuesday, March 8th, Dr Walter Koroshetz, Director of NINDS set out the NIH’s strategy
“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they
#MEAction delivers Lancet PACE petition, makes Wall Street Journal #MEAction has sent an 11,000-signature petition to The Lancet, calling
Forgotten Plague, the new documentary about ME/CFS is screening at Reading Cinemas The Tower Theatre in Sacramento, CA at 6:30pm on March 10th, 2016.
On Tuesday, March 8th at 10am ET, the NIH is holding a one hour tele-briefing to answer the community’s questions about
Ten organisations so far have joined ME/CFS patient Clark Ellis’s call to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) to
NIH is dropping the functional movement disorder (FMD) control group from their intramural study, according to an email Simon McGrath received from Vicky Whittemore.
The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) is hosting a telebriefing on Tuesday to “share information about [their] upcoming activities and to
Update (Sunday March 6, 1630 GMT): NIH drops FMD control group I’d asked Dr Vicky Whittemore is she had
Australian scientists say they are close to marketing a diagnostic test for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
UPDATED: Canberra screenings of film ‘Forgotten Plague’ on Friday 1 April at 6pm or Monday 4 April at 1pm.
Recommendations submitted by advocates to NINDS to proactively contribute to a strong federal research program and to encourage collaboration between NIH and our community.
A small group of wheelchair users suspended themselves from a bridge in Bolivia to protest treatment of disabled people
‘Chronic fatigue syndrome chronically underfunded’, Australian community radio current affairs program.
How should patients be integrated into the NIH process? The US National Institutes of Health has made several promising, public