Newspaper coverage so far of the legal challenge to the NICE Guideline on ME/CFS appears below:
ME charity back NICE Guideline
A former violinist for the Scottish Philharmonic Orchestra launched a High Court battle yesterday to change the "perverse and irrational" guidance given to doctors who treat ME sufferers.
Insurers are set to come under fire at a High Court case today (12 February) over their treatment of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and chronic fatigue syndrome suffers, who are often unsuccessful in claiming on their insurance policies.
A Norwich man’s landmark battle for better medical treatment started in the High Court today. (The MEA has a new information leaflet covering insurance disputes that will be available shortly in the February issue of our quarterly ME Essential magazine).
Two ME sufferers, including one from Norfolk, have launched a High Court battle over the “perverse and irrational” guidance they say has been issued to doctors for the treatment of their condition.
SOUTH Tyneside sufferers of a debilitating condition hope a legal challenge will lead to the re-writing of guidance on their treatment.