Over 1,700 people have now voted for their top ten ME/CFS research priorities in the UK. With the deadline fast approaching this is your last chance to join them and vote. Deadline Monday 13th December 5pm Vote now This process gives greater voice to people affected by ME/CFS to decide the direction of ME/CFS research
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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?
A tribunal panel has ordered Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) to release anonymised data from the PACE trial to Mr. Alem Matthees, a patient who requested it. The ruling has important implications for CFS patients both in the UK and worldwide. The David-vs-Goliath outcome represents the first successful attempt to begin to counter the
Want to get involved, but aren’t sure how to proceed? Here is a living document you can use to determine where protests are happening near you, how to register, and who to contact to learn about the #MillionsMissing protests happening around the world. Canada Elizabeth Sanchez and Scott Simpson : millionsmissi[email protected] Germany Daniel Hattesohl: [email protected]