The Australian parliament has officially recognised the urgent need for biomedical research in the field of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), to the delight of the patient and research communities.
Senator Anne Urquhart, a Tasmanian Labor senator (on behalf of her colleague Senator Helen Polley) and Senator Stirling Griff, a Centre Alliance senator from South Australia, moved the motion…
BEFORE May 12:
- Ask Congress to support people with ME. Using our one-click software, it’ll only take a few seconds. Contact Congress now. (US only)
- Sign these petitions: NIH petition (US only) | Global petition | Scottish petition (anyone can sign)
- Invite your friends or family to join a demonstration near them. Find details and links to all the events here.
- Advertise the #MillionsMissing on your social media network
Tears rolled down my cheek while I watched the movie Unrest. Mixed emotions of both joy and of deep sadness. I let the tears roll down my cheeks and soon there were drops falling on my shirt. It turned into loud sobs and I could hear myself. Silence for a moment and then the smile emerged again like the sun in the dark gloomy sky.
Tears of joy for the VALIDATION, understanding, and awareness which will lead to funding and bring on research. The day …
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