Tools for awareness, education, self-advocacy and activism.

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Advocacy Handouts

#MEAction US Congressional Fact Sheet 



#Myalgic Encephalomyelitis UK Factsheet


#MillionsMissing 2018
General Leaflet

#MillionsMissing 2018
US Leaflet

#MillionsMissing 2018
UK Leaflet

Medical & Scientific Fact Sheets

Diagnostic criteria:
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Educational video

Video: Diagnosis and Management of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

This video is a part of the Unrest Continuing Education module for healthcare providers. While technical, it can also be used as standalone introduction to the diagnosis and management of ME.

Advocacy Toolkits

Posters, Social tiles, and Infographics

#MEAction Fonts, Logo & Style guide


Our fonts include:

Permanent Marker (Google)

Oswald (Google)


Download fonts


We love to use bold, saturated colors and colorful photos.

Red is the default color of #MEAction.

Blue, Gray and White are secondary colors.

Our tertiary color is Dark Gray.


Our logo

Our primary logo is #MEAction white with red type.

Our secondary logo is white with clear type. In this way, the lettering ca take on the color of the background.

This white version is also ideal for imposing the logo over more complex backgrounds, such as photographs.

There is also a black and white version for black and white printing.

Download logo files

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#MEAction Press Kit

Press KitPress releases | #MEAction in the News | Our Photos | Our VideosContact

Media Resources

What is ME? |  Selected Media Coverage of ME |  Films and books about ME


MEPedia is an excellent place to learn everything about the history, science and medicine of ME, CFS, and related diseases.

Everyone can contribute to MEpedia! Anyone can create pages, write content, add links/citations, fact-check, or even just fix typos. Everyone has something to offer, whatever your skills & experience, even if you have never edited a wiki (like Wikipedia) before. Get involved and help the patient community identify all of the best and most important resources for our disease and its research, treatment and history. Jump in!  Join the Facebook Group.

How-to Guides

Launch a petition | Make your petition a success Organize a Protest | Talk to the Press about ME | Get a City or State Proclamation for ME

Case Studies and Great Ideas

Learn from our movement’s most successful examples and the examples of other movements.