The MRC will host a workshop to help the CMRC with its major bioresource proposal involving 20,000 samples and data from people with M.E.
The CMRC research conference takes place in Bristol on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th March, 2020.
We’ve updated the free central Research Index and feature 16 research studies from October 2019.
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Ewan Dale explains how the MEA has responded to this latest consultation from NICE and we review the controversial clinical guideline.
The RCGP conference is underway and we’re there with Forward ME. Medical student Emilia Allwright has presented her research based on your responses to a recent survey.
“The ME Association is delighted to announce that our Ramsay Research Fund has been able to make three major research grants totalling nearly £200,000.”
We take a closer look at recent research from America that highlights concerns over inappropriate and harmful labelling and advocates for medicine to adopt a more patient-centred approach to care.
Ellie’s badges help people easily get a seat on public transport without needing to negotiate or feel anxious.
Kate reviews a popular scheme that provides extra assistance to people with disabilities.
The term “invisible illness” suggests there is nothing to show for it. No clear symptom that Joe Bloggs on the street would see as such.
Kate teamed up with a professional make-up artist and photographer to create concepts visualising her medical conditions.
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Is M.E. really an invisible illness? Which elements are visible and which parts remain hidden?
Following a SMC briefing, many news-media outlets report on the claim that chronic lyme disease is likely to be CFS.
We’ve updated the central Research Index and feature 12 ME/CFS research studies from September 2019.
This month we’re all about Pets and how much they can mean to someone who is not in the best of health.
The influential Cochrane organisation has published an updated review and issued a statement following concerns expressed by the patient community.
We’ve updated the central Research Index and feature 16 ME/CFS research studies from August 2019.
NICE is asking stakeholders for evidence to support the ongoing review. The deadline is 4th October by 5pm.