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Virtual Runner is promoting a 1000-mile challenge through the course of 2019 for M.E.
Support our Xmas Appeal so that next year we can invest in more researchers like Dr Keith Geraghty.
Penny Joelson explains how her latest novel came into being.
New research indicates that handgrip strength may be a good diagnostic tool for ME/CFS.
Dr Shepherd has been appointed as a co-opted member of the NICE guideline committee.
Neil Riley reviews the contribution Dr Ramsay made to the field of M.E.
Isobel has created some rather cute characters sure to form the centrepiece of any Xmas decorations.
We've updated our central index and provided you with details of the 18 ME/CFS research studies published in October.
We are asking this month if you have a healthcare plan in place for ME/CFS.
Spreading joy through art. Isobel Butler has helped raise funds and a smile with her painting.
More research for M.E. in 2019. Because we believe it offers the best hope.
Last week saw a focus on Wales with the BBC feature broadcast and debate in the Welsh Assembly.
“On behalf of everyone with M.E, and their carers, I would like to thank the Countess of Mar for everything that she has done...
These are the minutes of the meeting held prior to publication of the NICE Scope report.
We are looking for a volunteer to help support our fundraising manager.
An effective way to demonstrate the hardship suffered by people with 'invisible' conditions.
"Our studies...confirm that patients with ME/CFS have biological abnormalities that cannot be characterized as psychosomatic."
We don't have any charity places for 2019 but there's a chance in 2020, and plenty of other challenges that might appeal.
Would you like to help advise the CMRC? Applications are now available to join the Patient Advisory Group.
NICE publish the revised Scope and reveal some of the committee appointments.
Charlotte provides a summary of each presentation from the 5th CMRC research conference in Bristol.
We've updated our central index and provided you will all the abstracts from the last month.
Dr Shepherd explains why we are asking about yoga in this month's website poll.
Jenny writes about her battle with M.E., and how Stephen - after reading her words - decided to fundraise.
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