Hope for M.E

Hope for M.E

Biological Breakthrough Hope for M.E Sufferers Source: Ed Gallois Hannah Devlin Science Editor Last updated at 12:01AM, April 23 2013 Scientists have found compelling new evidence for an underlying biological cause for the constant fatigue suffered by ME patients. The study revealed abnormalities in the muscle cells people suffering from ME which are likely to contribute to feelings of tiredness and the inability to cope with sustained physical activity that many experience. An analysis of muscle biopsies suggested that the cells had undergone substantial changes making them less able to cope with exertion.…continue reading →
International ME/CFS Awareness Day 12th May

International ME/CFS Awareness Day 12th May

International ME/CFS Awareness Day 12th May Help Raise Awareness Worldwide Sat 12th May 2012 International ME/CFS Day raises awareness about ME/CFS, a widespread and debilitating condition. This event promotes a greater understanding of ME/CFS and the impact it can have on a person's life. International ME/CFS Day is set to fall on the birth date of the pioneering nurse, Florence Nightingale. Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), is a chronic, debilitating condition which brings a wide range of symptoms that can vary in type and intensity. For an indepth look at…continue reading →