Your Advocacy In Action Part 1: ME/CFS Senate Resolution Introduced​​​

Your ME/CFS Advocacy Week actions continue to make a difference! Senator Ed Markey, a longtime champion for people with ME/CFS and people with disabilities, introduced S. Res 633, Supporting the Goals of International Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Awareness Day Thanks to the combined efforts of Solve M.E. and the Massachusetts ME/CFS & FM Association, […]

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Watch now! The Congressional Roundtable on Women’s Chronic Illness During a Pandemic

Watch now! The Congressional Roundtable on Women’s Chronic Illness During a Pandemic Last week, as part of our collaboration with the Congressional Bipartisan Women’s Caucus, Miles for Migraine, and the Headache and Migraine Policy Forum, Solve M.E. hosted a virtual congressional briefing on COVID-19, ME/CFS, and Migraine Disease. Moderated by two-time Emmy nominated TV host, […]

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The Solve M.E. Spring 2020 Chronicle is available online now!

The electronic version of our flagship research and advocacy journal, The Chronicle, has arrived! It answers the question “Could Improved Testing forOrthostatic Intolerance Lead to Better Care?” and includes a look at the new YOU + M.E. Registry and its part in Bringing the Big Data Revolution to ME/CFS. You’ll also get to meet the new Solve M.E. Community Advisory Council and […]

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Together, We’re Sponsoring an Historic ME/CFS Legislation!

Four Years of Advocacy has paid off! We’re Proud to have Authored and Initiated the First Ever Legislation for ME/CFS Research Funding, H.R. 7057, The Understanding COVID-19 Subsets and ME/CFS Act Earlier this week, longtime ME/CFS champion Representative Jaime Raskin of Maryland’s 8th Congressional district introduced landmark legislation for ME/CFS research. This landmark legislation authorizes $60 million […]

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You Can Make a Difference in the Lives of People with M.E.

We Can’t Thank You Enough for Your Meaningful and Generous Support We know and deeply appreciate your passion for our mission. It’s caring people like you who make our battle against ME/CFS possible. We haven’t stopped fighting for you during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our staff may all be working from home during the quarantine, […]

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SENATE Advocacy Action: $60m for ME/CFS Research

Tell Your Senator to SUPPORT INCREASED FUNDING FOR POST-VIRAL-DISEASE RESEARCH INTO ME/CFS! Thanks to your hard work during ME/CFS Advocacy Week, the U.S. Senate is currently circulating our request to include ME/CFS research funding in the next COVID-19 package. Ask your Senator to sign-on to this effort today! Our champion, Senator Ed Markey, is leading our […]

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What Challenges are People with Chronic Disease Facing in the New COVID-19 Environment?

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR People with chronic conditions have always faced considerable challenges to manage their conditions. In an age of COVID-19, they face many new challenges, including not getting the routine care they need to monitor and manage their chronic disease. In this month’s General Member Webinar, Dr. Betsy Thompson, Director of the Division for […]

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There are Multiple Ways You Can Help Fight ME/CFS!

If you rely on online shopping right now, why not sign up for AmazonSmile at smile.amazon.com and make Solve ME/CFS Initiative your chosen charity? These small ways of making a difference won’t cost you anything and add up to more than you might think. Did you know, you can become a monthly donor? Monthly gifts make a huge […]

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Solve M.E. Funded Study Shows Evidence of Pathogen-driven Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS

Findings from International Research Group Published in ImmunoHorizons Show HHV-6 Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS In 2016, Bhupesh Prusty, PhD, a scientist at Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg in Germany, received pilot funding from the Solve M.E. Ramsay Research Grant Program to study the possible cause of dysfunctional mitochondria (energy producers in cells) in ME/CFS. […]

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