I’ve been inspired to write by Lucibee’s recent blogpost about the PACE trial (https://lucibee.wordpress.com/2016/01/27/my-thoughts-about-the-pace-trial/), She raises an important point about how patients can sometimes be received for reporting any sort of improvement from CBT or GET.
CFSAC- Let’s Take Action ME community members were caught off guard when the proposed 2016 Senate appropriations bill zeroed out CDC funding for CFS research. Several advocates scrambled to address this and their efforts to be heard appear to have paid off. But scrambling is not something ME advocates can, or should do. Health- and resource-
It will take more than people with ME/CFS to achieve a world free of ME/CFS. It will take a committed team of many rallying together to effect change – Families, loved ones and friends coming together to make a difference and fund progress. Join Team Solve and help us Solve ME/CFS!
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