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Keep PACE out of WebMD and HealthDay

Web MD, the largest online publisher of news and information regarding health and well-being, has released its “latest news” about ME/CFS in an article based on the discredited PACE trials. It asserts that “British researchers concluded that a form of talk therapy, called cognitive behavior therapy, and graded exercise therapy are among the best treatments for chronic fatigue.”

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Communications with NIH

We wanted to be clear about our communications with NIH since there has been some conflicting information. The founders of #MEAction

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Ask UNSW To Cancel CBT/GET Training Study

Write to the University of New South Wales and ask them not to allow a trial to train health professionals in graded exercise therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome patients in Australia.

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Three Biomarker Discoveries in March

March 2015 has been a busy month for biomarker discoveries for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (Fukuda criteria), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Canadian Consensus Criteria) and International Consensus Criteria ME.

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Petition: Keep psychiatry out of NIH study on ME/CFS

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.

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Why is MEpedia so crucial?

MEpedia is a crucial tool for advocates, researchers, doctors, policy makers, and even the general public, that will allow them to find all current information on myalgic encephalomyelitis in one place.

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Art contest for young people with ME/CFS

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

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