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Denmark: MPs will Vote whether to Recognise ME as WHO-defined disease!  

This past Tuesday, March 12, Danish Health MPs unanimously agreed on a declaration that will recognise myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) as a distinct disease, remove it from the "functional somatic syndromes" category, and promote the World Health Organization (WHO) diagnostic codes for ME. Parliament will vote on the declaration this Thursday, ...

Denmark Parliament Holds Query on ME

#MEAction supports people with ME in Denmark today as the Danish Parliament discusses the treatment of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). On Tuesday, March 12th a query about the treatment of people with ME will take place in the Danish Parliament. The question being asked is: What initiatives does the ...

Announcing #MillionsMissing 2019! Join us!

Listen to the article: We are thrilled to announce #MillionsMissing 2019! This May, we will take to the streets - or demonstrate from our beds - to show the world we are here, we are the #MillionsMissing, we will continue to fight for our demands for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis ...

A Year in Review: Celebrating the 2018 Achievements of Our Community

2018 has been a big year at #MEAction!  Thank you to all of you who have put forth immense efforts to improve the lives of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). #MEAction has grown over the past year in leaps and bounds, and we cannot wait to do more. We will not ...

New York #MEAction Protests Per Fink at Columbia University – Here’s what happened

The protest against the Danish physician, Per Fink, last week demonstrates how our community takes action in a variety of ways to fight for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). 1) #MEAction New York organized a protest outside the conference where Fink was presenting on his unscientific theory of Bodily Distress ...

Denmark has some recommendations for ME… and they’re pretty awful

Article written by Rebecca Hansen, Chairman of the Danish ME Association  The Danish Health Authority (SST) released their new treatment recommendations for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) patients on June 18 as part of a guideline called “Physical Training as Treatment.” The chapter on ME is nothing short of medical abuse. It defines ME ...

ME patients have among the poorest quality of life

A new Danish study shows that ME patients have among the greatest levels of disability when compared to other common diseases: [pullquote align="full" cite="" link="" color="#E7453A" class="" size=""]ME/CFS has the lowest health-related quality of life score when compared to cancer, diabetes, lupus, stroke, heart disease and chronic renal failure.[/pullquote] The study ...