Helen Hyland marks suicide prevention week with an article about her late husband, Alan, who had suffered with M.E.
Category Archives: News
Flu season is upon us once again and Dr Shepherd takes another look at the issues surrounding vaccination for people with M.E.
MEA Summary Review: The search for biomarkers in ME/CFS using Raman spectroscopy | 06 September 2018
Charlotte explains the methods and results from this latest research from Dr Morten’s team in Oxford.
Includes an updated version of our Index of Published ME/CFS Research.
How many times have you visited the NHS? Please vote in the poll and join the discussion.
ME Association Letter in The Times re: PACE trial and need for good-quality research | 31 August 2018
Chairman Neil Riley has written to The Times in the wake of the recent MRC letter from Prof. Watt.
The ME Association and other members of Forward ME will be presenting at this important event.
A full statement from the MRC over the PACE trial controversy.
Helen Hyland, Fundraising Manager, ME Association. Two very special ladies completed another adventure for ME last weekend, embarking upon a 50km walk along the South Coast from Eastbourne. Mother…
The BMJ also reports on mounting pressure for the Lancet to respond to calls for independent reanalysis of the controversial PACE trial.
Update: Prof. Fiona Watt – Executive chairwoman, Medical Research Council – has responded to The Times with an endorsement of the PACE Trial.
A recent study from Spain has prompted this review of NK cell involvement in ME/CFS.
Dr Shepherd explains what might be causing or contributing to dry eye syndrome, and highlights some recent ME/CFS research.
The “most exhilarating adrenaline rush” of his life, and all to help raise funds and awareness of M.E.
Gary Burgess reflects on series one of The ME Show and shares some of the feedback from listeners | 14 August 2018
“These podcasts are amazing. I wish they’d been around when my daughter was diagnosed.”
MEA Research Update: Metabolomics and ME/CFS – Dr Morten and the Oxford research centre | 13th August 2018
In this update we learn about metabolomics and its importance for ME/CFS biomarker discovery, and how research at Oxford is progressing.
It is with great sadness that we write to let you know that Professor Norman Booth passed away late last week.
Sir Alex Fergusson, ex-MSP and an important ME campaigner, died on Tuesday 31st July, aged 69, following a short illness.
If only everyone could appreciate that M.E. is often a hidden disease.
Press Release: Two teenagers hit by devastating severe M.E. reveal the brutal reality of life with the disease | 08 August 2018
Rosie Halsall and Skye Wheeler provide insight into life with severe M.E. and we hear from Merryn Crofts’ sister, Amy Williams.