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Former police officer Jonathan Davis now asks for your support for The ME Association
We’ve updated our central Research Index and feature 14 research studies from January 2019.
Evidence could support the involvement of oxidative stress, inflammation and hypoxia in ME/CFS.
We know from anecdotal reports that some people with ME/CFS find counselling helpful, while others do not.
“We need to… make sure that sufferers and their families receive the correct advice.” Liz McInnes, MP.
Lee will be sharing photos and excerpts from his 20-year struggle with M.E.
Epidemiology studies are few and far between in the field of ME/CFS.
What a transformation! Tayla Jones, aged just 14 years, is our very first fundraiser of the year.
Ms Freeman said: “To people living with ME – I believe you.”
“It’s just cruel – graded exercise therapy is like prescribing sugar for diabetics.”
“We were told he was just being a typical lazy teenager who didn’t want to get out of bed.”
Parliamentary Debate: Kids being taken into care by medics who refuse to believe ME is real | 25 January 2019
“This is a national disgrace and needs urgent action.” Carol Monaghan, MP.
Thursday 24th January will see an important debate on M.E. in Parliament led by Carol Monaghan, MP.
The latest study from Jarred Younger reports on brain temperature and neuroinflammation in ME/CFS.
This Forward ME survey on CBT and GET has a deadline of 31st January 2019.
Barbara was a well-known and much appreciated M.E. advocate in North Wales.
ME Association Index of Published ME/CFS Research The Index of Published ME/CFS Research has now been updated to take account of the research that has been published during the month of…
ME Association Website Survey: What are the most important things a GP needs to know about M.E.? | 08 January 2019
This month’s survey comes from Dr Nina Muirhead.
David shares tips on how to enjoy running 1,000 miles while raising funds for people with M.E.