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We Remember and Honor the Life of Heather Colman-McGill 

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Our dear community, Let us take a moment to gather together and comfort one another. We are saddened to bring you news of a death in the community. Heather Colman-McGill has passed away. We send our heartfelt condolences to all of Heather’s loved ones. We know that many in our community had reached ...

Meet the Scientist: Dr. Dane Cook

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Dane Cook is Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin and Director of the March Center for Research in Exercise and Movement. He is also a member of the US. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Council Working Group for ME/CFS Research Roster. How did you get involved with the area of ...

New Potential Cause of ME Found

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New potential cause of ME found. Research found that Important signalling mechanisms are disrupted with receptors in the brain, gut, cardiovascular and immune systems. Research findings will be presented at the end of May 2015. Read more...

ME Awareness at the Brighton Wheel and Brighton Sea Life Center

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  The Brighton Wheel and the Brighton Sea Life Centre were lit up blue last night in support of ME Awareness. A group of ME Mums and Dad's held posters from Action for ME for photographs that will be published along with an article on ME in the Argus newspaper. The

Spain hologram protest

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Activists in Spain, after a new gag law curtailed the freedom to protest in front of Congress or parliament buildings, staged what may be the world's first hologram protest. Holographic projection opens up a whole new world of possibilities for how to bring to the outside world the images, voices, and stories of patients who

Scientists find clues into cognitive dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome

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A unique pattern of immune molecules in the cerebrospinal fluid of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome have been discovered, providing insights into the basis for cognitive dysfunction --frequently described by patients as 'brain fog'-- as well as new hope for improvements in diagnosis and treatment. Read more here