At the NIH tele-briefing on Tuesday, March 8th, Dr Walter Koroshetz, Director of NINDS set out the NIH’s strategy for tackling ME/CFS. He said it won’t be an easy task ‘else it would have been solved long ago’, and it wasn’t clear where the solution will come from. The NIH’s focus will be on attracting
Forgotten Plague, the new documentary about ME/CFS is screening at Reading Cinemas The Tower Theatre in Sacramento, CA at 6:30pm on March 10th, 2016.
Australian senator asks medical research council about ‘remarkably small amount of funding since 2000’ and are they funding GET or CBT .
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!
While ME awareness day does not garner the attention that other illness do, patients and advocates are working hard to bring light to the issues. EmpowerHer summarizes the inspiring actions and events that took place this year: Monuments were lit up around the world including Peace Bridge in the United States, and Langevan Bridge, Niagara Falls, CN
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