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Director Collins responds to 55 Congressional Representatives' Letter of Concern

Recently, #MEAction in conjunction with other advocacy organizations and many individual advocates have also successfully lobbied Congressional members to achieve: Favorable language to ME in the FY 2016 House appropriations report; Congressional tweets of support for the #MillionsMissing Day of Action on Sept. 27, 2016, which called attention to the millions of Americans struck down by

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Increasing Efficacy of the CDC’s ME/CFS Educational Program

INTRODUCTION The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is revising and creating new educational materials for its Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) educational program. The hope is that this fourth try at producing ME/CFS educational materials will result in equality of care for ME/CFS patients and they will, for the first time, experience appropriate care throughout

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Join us in the #isignedfive challenge!

Want a way to raise your voice this #MillionsMissing but don’t know how? Perhaps you’re unable to attend a protest in person, or want to do a little something extra to make a difference. The stopGET petition against graded exercise therapy trials is one of the most vital actions circulating at the moment. With a

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US: #MillionsMissing Protest Demands

Overview Ahead of the May 2016 #MillionsMissing protests, members of the US protest steering committee drafted a set of demands to the US government relating to research and medical treatment for ME. After the protest, we solicited broader community feedback via an online survey, which was completed by 191 respondents. The survey demonstrated overwhelming support

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Join the MILLIONSMISSING Chicago Protest/Day of Action

The Chicago protest #MillionsMissing will feature talks by Dr. Leonard Jason, Dr. Marcie Zinn, well-known epidemiologists; Carol Head, of Solve ME/CFS; Barbara Morrison; ME/CFS patients; and families and friends. It will take place at the James Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph St, Chicago between 11:30am-12:30pm. Please click below to attend, learn more and donate to

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Join the NYC #MillionsMissing Protest

The NYC #MillionsMissing Protest has a full agenda and they are excited to announce several major speakers in attendance including local NYC ME/CFS physician (and Chair of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee), Dr. Susan Levine. In addition, local physician-scientist Dr. Mady Hornig from the Columbia University Center for Infection and Immunity (and the ME/CFS Microbe Discovery Project) will also be in attendance. NYC will also have several patients and caregivers tell their personal stories. If you plan to attend and would like to share your story at the protest, please contact them. Finally, as opposed to the shoe display used at other locations, NYC will be doing a unique display using balloons and posters.

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Sign the UK and Global Petition: It's time to stop GET trials for ME/CFS

After months of hard work from #MEAction, #MEAction Network UK, and many others including advocates, government officials, lawyers, and PACE experts, a group of concerned global citizens have crafted a petition to the UK government to stop graded exercise therapy trials in ME/CFS.  If this petition reaches 10,000 signatures from UK citizens, its content will

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Visit the new #MillionsMissing website!

Ever since the #MillionsMissing protests in May, volunteers have been working on a new site design for #MillionsMissing, and we are pleased to announce that it has just launched. The new site is the work of professional designers and programmers who have generously donated their time to make this happen, as well as numerous volunteers

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UK: Tribunal Orders Release of Withheld Data

This #MEAction in the UK press release on the PACE trial decision was written by a committed team of patient volunteers, and has resulted in much of the press coverage about this important tribunal decision.  You can read the full press release by clicking in the upper right-hand corner of the document below. Incompatible browser? 

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