We’ve updated our central Research Index and feature 25 research abstracts and published responses from March 2019.
“The results show clearly that cognitive behavioural therapy and graded exercise therapy are unsuitable treatments or management approaches for ME/CFS.”
“The lack of clinical effect of B-cell depletion in this trial weakens the case for an important role of B lymphocytes in ME/CFS but does not exclude an immunologic basis.”
A co-morbid condition is a condition that is present in addition to having a primary diagnosis of ME/CFS.
A new guide to a complicated benefit. It has been written by Anne Innes the ME Association’s new welfare right’s adviser.
“I hope to raise a small amount of money to help this charity and the research they do and help the awareness of this illness be spread.”
Dr Shepherd provides an update on warnings about a particular group of antibiotics and talks about antibiotic use in general.
Latest research analysis is hoped will lead to a definitive definition and will ultimately provide a validated clinical assessment tool.
Introducing our new Go BLUE for ME T-Shirts. Help raise awareness and raise funds during ME Awareness Week.
Dr Francis Ryan, writing for The Guardian, on how recent media reporting has contributed to the vilification of disabled people.
Gabapentin and Pregabalin considered controlled substances and prescriptions will be restricted.
Referral to a haematologist finally confirmed his chronic fatigue was a symptom of haemochromatosis.
Abnormalities in energy production would seem to occur ‘upstream’ of the mitochondria.
“It’s going to be an amazing day of music, but a hugely emotional one too – given Andy’s strong connection to our charity.”
We’ve updated our central Research Index and feature 18 research abstracts from February 2019.
This month we are asking for your feedback to help Dr Shepherd prepare a new leaflet.
Our focus this year will be the Real M.E. but we’ll also be helping you Go BLUE and raise awareness.
“I began the month worried about what I would post but it evolved nicely and the support came rolling in.”
Pauline Ovenden was a patient advocate and veteran of the Royal Free outbreak. She will be sadly missed.
“ME/CFS is a biological illness, not a psychological disorder.” Dr Elizabeth Unger, CDC, America.