- Research: Effect of dietary Coenzyme Q10 plus NADH supplementation on fatigue perception & health-related quality of life in ME/CFS
- Research: Herpesviruses serology distinguishes different subgroups of ME/CFS patients
- Research: Evaluating routine blood tests according to clinical symptoms & diagnostic criteria in individuals with ME/CFS
- Online ME/CFS self-management course to go ahead in North Wales!
- Research: Pathomechanisms & possible interventions in ME/CFS
Tag Archives: MRC
£3.2 million for new DecodeME DNA study The ME/CFS Biomedical Partnership has received funding to begin the DecodeME DNA study. This will be a very large study to analyse DNA from the saliva of people with ME/CFS to see … Continue reading
ME/CFS Biomedical Partnership: Genetics and Biomarkers This is the working title for a partnership of researchers, including Professor Chris Ponting of the UK CMRC, and Dr Luis Nacul of the Cure ME UK ME/CFS Biobank (UKMEB) team and ME/CFS patients, carers and public. Early … Continue reading
UK House of Commons Written Questions and Answers: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: research: Written question – 221619, & 221620. 22 February 2019. Question 1: Asked by Sharon Hodgson (MP Washington & Sunderland) 14 February 2019 To ask the Secretary of … Continue reading
Virology blog post, by David Tuller, DrPH, 28 August 2018: Trial By Error: Professor Edwards’ Letter to MRC’s Fiona Watt Jonathan Edwards, an emeritus professor of medicine at University College London, recently sent a letter to Professor Fiona Watt, executive … Continue reading
Article by Prof Malcolm Hooper, 15 October 2016: A response to Professor Fred Friedberg’s editorial about CBT Professor Fred Friedberg asks why cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is so vilified in the chronic fatigue syndrome community. He opens his Editorial by stating: … Continue reading
ME Research UK article, 29 September 2016: ME/CFS research funding: an overview of activity by major institutional funders included on the Dimensions database: A report into the funding of ME/CFS by major institutional funders over the past decade was unveiled … Continue reading
Response from PLOS One editors to requests for more information about the PACE trial: Several readers have raised concerns regarding the analyses reported in this article. We are also aware that there have been requests for the data from this … Continue reading
David Tuller continues his analysis of research about treatments for CFS with an examination of the FINE trial. A summary has been compiled by MEAction. Virology blog: Trial By Error, Continued: Why has the PACE Study’s “Sister Trial”been “Disappeared” and Forgotten? [9 … Continue reading
26 November 2012 Lord Marland, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, has answered a House of Lords Question tabled by the Countess of Mar concerning the PACE trial. The Countess of Mar (Crossbench): To ask Her … Continue reading
Summaries of the current research projects funded by the MRC aimed at ‘Understanding the Mechanisms of CFS/ME’ have been added to the the section ‘MRC-funded research projects’ of the Medical Research Council’s CFS/ME page.