A new FREE 6-page leaflet that helps determine what is required to make an early and accurate diagnosis of ME/CFS.
This week we review 4 new research studies that have been published about ME/CFS.
This week 3 new research studies have been published and we highlight 2 of them.
These potentially important findings were presented by Ryan Whelan from the Simmaron Research Institute at the recent IACFS/ME virtual conference.
We highlight 3 studies from last week’s 6 ME/CFS research publications.
The serious concerns expressed by the MEA about the Covid recovery guideline resulted in a reply from NHS England and an article in The Times newspaper.
The project comprises a series of highly recommended films. The latest video is about Severe and Very Severe ME/CFS.
“I am reading materials about pacing and CFS/ME and listening to the CFS/ME community.” Prof. Paul Garner.
“I’ve tried so many different methods to manage my symptoms. Medication helps to a degree alongside self-management techniques.”
We summarise all the key clinical, research and political evidence supporting a neurological classification for M.E.
Cognitive symptoms are common for everyone who has M.E., but it is the cognitive fatigue which disables me the most.
When does an illness become a disease? Dr Komaroff explores what we know about the biological abnormalities in ME/CFS.