The ME Association were nominated for this challenge because of Emily who has been housebound with M.E. for 9 years.
It all started for me in 1992, when I was 29. I got pneumonia and pleurisy, was in bed for a month and there began my nightmare. I developed skin rashes and inflammation in my ribs, spreading all over. I was diagnosed with Lupus. A year later I was suffering attacks of muscle pain, fevers […]
The album is out on Saturday, but the single is out now! Help Kara raise funds for the Post-Mortem Tissue Bank to advance vital research into M.E.
We asked those who suffer with Severe M.E if they would like to submit their stories to be published on the ME Association website blog.
“It is incessant, inescapable torture. You are trapped. Completely powerless. You’re in agony with countless unbearable symptoms…”
In this introduction you will find a discussion about the need for suitable healthcare. Also background about severe and very severe M.E. and the support that is available.
We have updated the central index of ME/CFS published research for July, and include 4 new studies published this week.
Holly aged 9, has written about her mum, Chantalle, and explains what life is like being the daughter of a parent with M.E.
The IACFS/ME Virtual Conference is open to all and will be held on Friday 21 August from 3.00PM – 8.30PM UK time.
Chris Ponting talks about the DecodeME study that seeks to understand the causes of M.E. and could help advance the discovery of effective treatments.
Dr Charles Shepherd explains why we have been devoting so much time and effort to covering issues relating to Post-COVID Syndromes.
Severe M.E. Week will get off to a rousing start when Kara Jane Spencer releases an album and single she recorded from bed!
This week 5 new studies have been published and and we highlight 3 of them.
The Girl Behind Dark Glasses, had beaten 13 other writers on the short list to win an award voted by readers themselves…
Complete lowdown on almost everything that’s happening in the ME/CFS world right now!
GET may not be suitable for treating post-covid syndrome according to NICE. This BMJ article explores the issue with comment from Prof. Paul Garner.
Help save your charity by taking part or supporting the Prudential My RideLondon event on 15 and 16 August!
If able, please support the ME Association: Two solo events have been arranged to help celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Great North Run!
This week we feature two published studies about ME/CFS which are about CBT and Mindfulness.
Pledge your support for the Big Give Challenge and help us to continue our campaign of accurate and timely information to health professionals!