Solve M.E. partners with UCLA to expand ME/CFS research

New funding from Solve M.E. opens up ME/CFS research opportunity at UCLA Solve M.E. is partnering with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center to issue an ME/CFS-specific funding announcement through their Annual Health Pilot Program. This is an opportunity to engage a research network that has successfully funded a range of […]

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Register Now! Coronavirus Preparedness For People With Chronic Diseases: What Do Caregivers Need to Know?

Co-Sponsored by the National Alliance for Caregiving Friday, March 27, 2020 from 12 – 1 p.m. ET/9 – 10 a.m. PT Register Now RSVP Here to Receive Dial-In Information. Please be sure to join at least 5 minutes prior to the start of the webinar and use your computer for both video and audio feeds. COVID-19 is causing significant […]

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Make your voice heard! 4 days left to register for ME/CFS Advocacy Day REMOTE meetings

Deadline March 27: Sign up TODAY for ME/CFS Congressional Meetings from Home   Don’t forget to register for ME/CFS Advocacy Day on Tuesday, April 21. ANYONE can join remotely via online and phones. Who can participate?          US Citizens and residents What will we do?        Phone meetings with Congressional offices What do I need?         A phone or computer and your […]

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COVID-19 Expert Webinar & NEW Registration for ME/CFS Advocacy Day

Sign up TODAY for ME/CFS Congressional Meetings from Home We are pleased to announce that Advocacy Day congressional meetings will STILL take place on Tuesday, April 21 by remote online and phone systems. Who can participate?          US Citizens and residents What will we do?        Phone meetings with Congressional offices What do I need?         A phone or computer and your […]

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COVID-19 Update: ME/CFS Advocacy Week goes ONLINE!

Solve M.E. Announces 2020 ME/CFS Advocacy Week Virtual Transition in Response to COVID-19 Solve M.E. Advocacy Week activities this April in Washington, D.C., will be transitioning to entirely remote formats and our team will be cancelling in-person events to protect and preserve the health of our ME/CFS community. Our keystone event, ME/CFS Advocacy Day, brings […]

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Woman fired from NHS trust for having too many sick days wins disability discrimination case

Originally posted March 9, 2020 || By Katie Dickinson || Chronicle Live  Tess Ward has been awarded £122,000 ($156,000 USD) after winning her disability discrimination fight against the trust which runs the North East’s mental health services A woman sacked (fired) from the North East’s NHS mental health trust for having too many sick days has been awarded […]

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From the Bateman Horne Center: How Individuals with ME/CFS and FM Can Prepare for Community Illness Outbreak

Linda Milne is a leader with the Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (UVOAD) in the Greater Salt Lake City area. Thanks to our friends at Bateman Horne Center for providing this information for the ME/CFS community. Emergency Preparedness Specialist Linda Milne addresses what you can do to be prepared in the event of an illness outbreak […]

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