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Request for help from the ME Observatory

Do you have ME/CFS and live in England? Are you 18 years or older? Are you currently receiving care from a mental health professional? Would you like to participate in a research project about the needs of people with ME/CFS and best practice in professional care? If your answers are yes to these questions, the […]

To Oz on 2 wheels for The ME Association!

  From the Evening Express, Aberdeen, February 26 A brave postie is setting out on a mammoth two-year journey to Australia – by bike. Determined Eric Smart will cycle around 15,000 miles to celebrate his return to good health.

Ian Woosnam’s painful progress

From the "Golf365" website After the stresses and strains of the Ryder Cup – and the celebrations, of course – Ian Woosnam wanted 2007 to be the year when his life returned to normal and he showed he was still a force to be reckoned with on the golf course.  

ME sufferer praises £500 therapy

From the Brighton Argus, 22 February 2008. Story by Rachel Wareing. A former City financier who lost the ability to walk is training for a 10K run after recovering his health "almost overnight". ME sufferer Maurice Humphrys endured extreme fatigue for two years, and was unable to walk or stand for six months before he […]

Conference in Hove, September 26

Dr Des Turner, MP for Brighton Kemptown and chair of the All Party Pariiamentary Group on ME, has agreed to take part in a regional conference on ME in Hove Town Hall on Friday, September 26.

Bath paediatric service extends national role

The Bath paediatric ME/CFS service provides local, regional and national assessment and treatment for over 150 children and young people each year. It is now open to the ‘choose and book’ appointment system run by the NHS.

Improvements to the Blue Badge website

Information on the Government’s Blue Badge parking website has been given a major boost this month – with the parking map showing a large increase in the number of blue badge parking bays as well as lots of other features.

One million pages read at our website

Over one million pages have been read on this website since we installed a new stats counter on 7 May last year. And we remain Number 1 for ‘M.E.’ on the world’s biggest search engine at Google – a position we have held consistently since we launched our new website in February 2007.

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