Ramsay Grant Program 2021 RFA is Open!

Solve M.E. will accept applications to study ME/CFS and Long-Covid from February 22 – April 30, 2021 Through the Ramsay Program, Solve M.E. invests in research studies in ME/CFS or long-COVID with a particular emphasis on engaging young investigators and researchers new to the field. Collaborative proposals (involving 2 or more research groups) and studies […]

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National Health Council Webinar on Coronavirus Preparedness for People With Chronic Diseases: What are the Mental Health Implications?

In this webinar, our partners at the National Health Council focused on the impact of the Coronavirus on mental health in the US. The speakers discussed the increase in anxiety as well as gave general advice for self-care and advice for LGBTQ youth on coping with stress during the COVID-19 crisis. This webinar is intended […]

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Solve ME/CFS Initiative Calls for Review of PACE Trial

The Solve ME/CFS Initiative is one of 12 organizations that have signed a letter asking the heads of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to examine the issues raised by journalist David Tuller’s analysis of the U.K.’s £5 million PACE trial for ME/CFS. Read More…

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Peter Rowe – Part Two

In Part Two of his follow-up to our July 16 webinar, Dr. Peter Rowe, director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, responds to patients’ questions on orthostatic intolerance, methylation, beta blockers and the effects of talking during tilt table testing. Read More…

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