This week we review 4 new research studies that have been published about ME/CFS.
Tag: ME Research
This week we feature a new study that examines acute Epstein Barr as a trigger and another that reports on use of IV Saline as a potential treatment.
Charlie Russell, 27, is one of an estimated 600,000 people with post-Covid illness, a condition that may give an insight into ME – with Dr Charles Shepherd.
This week 3 new research studies have been published and we highlight 2 of them.
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This week 5 new studies were published. We highlight 3 that include neuroimaging reviews, hypermobility and intracranial hypertension, and the economic cost of ME/CFS in Australia.
We have updated the central research index to provide you with all the relevant studies into ME/CFS. An interesting study was published in the last week from the ME Biobank team.
This week, three new research studies about ME/CFS have been published and we highlight two of them.
We highlight 3 studies from last week’s 6 ME/CFS research publications.
It is an authoritative publication representing the most comprehensive, evidence-based summary currently available.
This week we feature three new research studies including a critical review of genetic research ahead of the DecodeME study.
“Having M.E. robs us of just about everything, but not the ability to be supportive or kind. We are a community, and it should be us against the world not us against each other.”
“It is incessant, inescapable torture. You are trapped. Completely powerless. You’re in agony with countless unbearable symptoms…”
We have updated the central index of ME/CFS published research for July, and include 4 new studies published this week.
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.
This week 5 new studies have been published and and we highlight 3 of them.
This week we feature two published studies about ME/CFS which are about CBT and Mindfulness.
Severe ME features in the two studies published this week: suggestions for healthcare improvements and CPET testing that confirms poor exercise capacity.
We highlight and explain 5 of the 10 research studies from last week and update our central research index which is available to download for free.