Leveraging the You + M.E. Registry to Study COVID-19

While COVID-19 has changed where we work, it has not stopped how hard we work on behalf of the ME/CFS community. Following several months of development, user testing and partnership with the community, we are fast approaching the launch of the You + M.E. Registry! We’ve received several inquiries and thoughts regarding approaches to track […]

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Coronavirus Preparedness For People With Chronic Diseases: What Are The Mental Health Implications?

Webinar Presented by the National Health Council (NHC)  Friday, April 17, 2020: Coronavirus Preparedness For People With Chronic Diseases: What Are The Mental Health Implications? This webinar, presented by our partners at the National Health Council (NHC), will focus on the impact of the coronavirus on mental health in the US. The speakers will discuss […]

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Check out these Advocacy Week Announcements!

CHAMPIONS Kits now available to order! Take your advocacy to the NEXT LEVEL with one of our CHAMPION ADVOCACY KITS. These personalized tool kits will make your advocacy week actions even easier by coming pre-filled with your Congressmember’s information along with a guide and checklist. Plus, Solve M.E. Advocacy week CHAMPIONS will have extra “office hours” with […]

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National Health Council Webinar on Coronavirus Preparedness for People With Chronic Diseases: What do Caregivers Need to Know? 

COVID-19 is causing significant concerns globally, especially among those with chronic diseases and conditions and their caregivers. In this March 27, 2020 webinar by Solve M.E. partners at the National Health Council, the speakers discuss general advice for caregivers, caregiving for older patients, caregiving for children, and federal policies on caregiving. This webinar is intended […]

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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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