The research bulletin highlights 2 of 4 new studies about ME/CFS published in the last week.
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“Managing energy is the most difficult but important factor. My advice would be to try to establish a routine to get the best balance between sleep, activity and rest.”
ME Awareness: “GP’s have not been given any training to recognise a patient with ME,” by Smita Dutta | 13 May 2020
“The GP’s I have seen treat everyone based on symptoms rather than the whole illness itself…”
We invest in biomedical research but need your support so that we can do more to determine the cause(s) of M.E. and help develop effective treatments.
ME Association Research: New study to measure physiological changes in daily activity in people with ME | 12 May 2020
This exciting study will examine the physiology of M.E. and is led by researchers from Leicester, Oxford and Manchester Universities and Physios 4 M.E.
“The distance round the allotments is approximately 340 yards, so it should take me 14 days to reach the 2.6-mile goal,” Juan Cortlett.
This leaflet provides a summary of what biomedical research is telling us about M.E. It considers key symptoms, common triggers, and explains how various aspects of disease pathology could be linked to specific symptoms.
The research bulletin highlights 3 of 6 new studies into ME/CFS and we’ve provided abstracts from all 6 studies published this week.
“This provides an explanation for the common observation that ME/CFS patients often report a sharp decrease in the number of colds and other viral infections they experience…”
The weekly research bulletin provides summary explanations of 3 new studies into ME/CFS and we’ve updated the central Research Index.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary explanations of 7 new studies into ME/CFS.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary explanations of 4 new studies into ME/CFS.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary explanations of 3 new studies into ME/CFS.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary reviews of 4 new studies into ME/CFS.
Amanda Sladdin talks about her efforts to raise funds for M.E. research and how they proved so successful.
The APPG on M.E. held its’ first meeting on 3rd March where biomedical research was discussed.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary reviews of 3 new studies into ME/CFS.
MailOnline: Barely able to leave the house, told they are exaggerating and even that their ailment does not exist.
The weekly research bulletin includes an update to our central research index – available as a free download!