A woman left bedbound with an incurable illness revealed her fight simply to be believed.
In this month’s survey we are hoping you will support the proposed major study on genetics.
CPO Tom Everson has M.E. and is receiving care from the Royal Navy. His wife, Gemma, is about to publish a children’s book about her ‘Supercharged Superhero’.
Please support the ME Association at Christmas. Together we can make the UK a better place for people with ME!
The team is locked down and ready to rumble! Please support their efforts if you are able.
Catherine Allen, 22, was initially told she was just tired like most teenagers until she was diagnosed
Be involved with the Go Blue 4 ME campaign next year. It’s time to start thinking about what you might do for ME Awareness in 2020!
Results suggest that glycolysis, a less efficient method of energy production, may be disrupted in ME/CFS.
An ME Essential supplement for Christmas. We share stories, plans for the festive week, recipes, gift ideas and much, much more!
We’ve updated the free Research Index and feature 17 research studies from November 2019.
Publication of the new clinical guideline on ME/CFS is delayed until 9th December 2020.
When you are sick with M.E. maintaining relationships can be very hard. Marion writes about the challenges we can all face.
In this month’s website survey we’re asking how your M.E. has affected your health over the last year.
Last chance to purchase our delightful Christmas Cards and a note of our Christmas Opening Times.
We explain what happened at the recent MRC/NIHR workshop and invite you to complete a survey on research criteria.
We have updated this research review to include a new study from Finland.
Such small but powerful words – for right and wrong reasons… When there’s no chance of becoming 100% better, hearing or reading them can really drag you down to the dark places of your mind.
We have provided a Template Letter you might like to use to contact your candidates ahead of the General Election on 12th December.
“I’m for the badge because it alerts everyone to the fact you have an issue whether it be M.E. or possibly another illness that is also invisible.”
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.