The Third Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS, sponsored by OMF, took place on September 7, 2019 at Stanford University. It brought together hundreds of researchers, clinicians, patients, caregivers, families, and advocates, and thousands more by livestream.
Belle and Sebastian have soundtracked a new film by Simon Bird. The band’s lead singer explains how ME first inspired him to write music.
The state of ME/CFS research in Australia and awareness are the subjects of this excellent article by Amanda Cox.
A great review of recent research around ME/CFS by Dr. Henry Miller, Senior Fellow at the Pacific Research Institute.
A mom’s tale of her daily trials and tribulations while coping with ME. Her blog contains many useful tips for moms with ME.
On March 15-16, leading ME/CFS expert clinicians from across the United States gathered in Salt Lake City for the second annual ME/CFS Expert Clinician Summit. The Open Medicine Foundation was in attendance and has made available a document drafted by the participants that should prove indispensable to clinicians and patients alike:
Yukey has updated his blog with another great English translation of Yurari’s manga, “Kuma-san’s CFS Diary”
Source: ME Life is Like…
A unique and up-close opportunity to learn from and interact with these world-class scientists. Visit the link below for official details and sign up for the live stream of the event on Saturday, September 7th, 2019. The agenda is available here.
Source: Series written by Jennifer Brea – Medium
Jen Brea’s groundbreaking film Unrest brought much needed critical attention to ME/CFS. In a series of articles she writes about her path to recovery and a whole lot more.
“Kyle, a high achiever who loves playing basketball, is looking the make a good impression on the scout coming to school. Will he be able to make it?”