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Professor James Coyne today publicly urged the PACE trial authors and Queen Mary University of London to stop fighting
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Report from Catalan The Catalan Government Health Department’s new plan for Central Sensitivity Syndrome patients Liga SFC/SSC, September 2015 On
Prof. Carl-Gerhard Gottfries is a professor of psychiatry. In this video, he explains how he and his colleagues first
On Friday, 30th October, Change For M.E. Change For Us launched their short film, The Last Great Medical Cover
From Bob and Courtney Miller: We are excited to share news that the NIH has elevated its research approach
Editor’s note – this is an emerging news story. Edits will continue to be made to this page as
Editor’s note: Michael Evison of ME Alliance has written this letter to the Danish prime minister about Karina Hansen’s case and
Uniting the ME/CFS community is not easy, but it has never been more important than right now. One thing
Maka a video about ME and make a fuss! (Australia)
The Open Medicine Foundation has just begun a fundraising campaign to raise $8.3K in donations and have it matched 3:1, which will result in $25K + $8.3 = $33.3K!
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I’m working with a national M.E. charity, Action for M.E., as their Volunteer Pharmacist, providing information about pharmacy services, writing health
The Tragic Neglect of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome With a surprisingly broad-ranging and detail-rich article by Olga Khazan entitled “The
Vote DAILY For National ME/FM Action Network To Win $100K In Aviva Contest For Research Of ME And FM!
Vote DAILY between October 6-23, 2015 in the Aviva contest to help the National ME/FM Action Network in Canada win up to $100,000 for research of ME and FM.
USA’s CFS Advisory Committee wants bigger research, aimed at finding diagnostic tests, using Canadian Consensus Criteria and private-public partnerships to find drug treatments. It asks for $250 million annually, estimating ME/CFS costs the US up to $24 billion.
Written by Brent Handel Originally published in The Lawyers Weekly June 26 2015 issue, reprinted with permission Chronic fatigue
New Australian study shows immune difference in moderate and severe patients. It may lead to a test based on these markers.
Stuart Murdoch talking openly about his experiences of M.E., Los Angeles, August 2015 “This is a pop band that
The UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative People with M.E. need better treatment and support. This can only be achieved through