#MEAction and Long COVID Justice issued a press statement yesterday about our communities’ deep concerns regarding the rollout of RECOVER’s clinical trials for Long COVID. As studies show half of the Long COVID community meets the diagnostic criteria for ME/CFS – and our core symptoms overlap – RECOVER’s research has major implications for our community.
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Halfway through summer, we have so much to report about our immense, day-to-day work advocating for M.E., for you, and for each other. On the medical front, our ongoing, grant-funded project with Mayo Clinic Rochester continues to transform medical education at Mayo. Together, we have updated the ME/CFS homepage, written a Concise Clinical Review article that will
Urge Congress to hold our federal health and research agencies accountable for ME & Long COVID.
#MEAction has sent the following email to editors at New York Magazine to request it remove its fallacious article about Long COVID and ME.
#MillionsMissing France has been busy.
Post-viral conditions like ME/CFS provide guidance for estimating the economic impact of Long COVID.
Code change will ensure US can track diagnosed cases of ME/CFS in newly created electronic health records
The press hits are rolling in! The media showed up in a big way yesterday to cover our #MillionsMissing protest in front of the White House. One day after President Biden declared the “pandemic is over,” our community was at the gates of the White House to send Biden a message that a pandemic of chronic
Protesters disabled by Long COVID and myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) lay down on the White House sidewalk today risking arrest to tell President Biden that the pandemic is not over, and that millions are being disabled from post-viral disease, including Long COVID and ME/CFS.
RETURN TO PART 1 OF THIS SERIES HERE ME/CFS ON THE ITALIAN TV SCREEN: A VIRTUOUS MODEL by Giada Da Ros Through sundry television spaces (news, fiction, talk shows), the ME/CFS community challenged existing political, medical, and philosophical approaches to the illness (and to maladies in general). The community sought to re-appropriate the discourse, fight