Tag Archives: ME research

Understanding the role of the GP in caring for patients with ME/CFS – volunteers needed

Understanding the role of the GP in caring for patients with ME/CFS – volunteers needed   Telephone interviews A 3rd year medical student at Cardiff University would like to interview 10-20 people about their experience with ME/CFS, either as a … Continue reading

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AfME invites PhD proposals for biomedical research pilot projects

Action for ME blog post, 10 Oct 2017: Call for biomedical PhD research proposals now open Action for M.E. is inviting PhD proposals for high-quality biomedical research pilot projects that will address the biology of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.)/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). … Continue reading

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Twins needed for ME/CFS research

National ME/FM Action Network announcement: A senior Canadian researcher has been looking for genetic factors in people with ME/CFS for several years. His studies have already yielded promising results. The next stage of his study involves looking at identical twins … Continue reading

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Which countries conduct ME/CFS research?

Phoenix rising forum post, by HIP, January 2016: Why so little ME/CFS research from France and Germany? There seems to be little ME/CFS research done in France and Germany, relative to their overall scientific output. Why is this? Using a … Continue reading

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Claims of ‘fear avoidance’ in ME are misleading

Following the publication of the latest PACE trail paper in the Lancet on 13th January,  there has been a flurry of media reports, many of which promote the findings as good news. Other articles counter the claims saying: people with ME are … Continue reading

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