Solve ME/CFS Initiative

The Fight That Follows Pain And Prejudice

  From MS Blog Magazine.   More than four decades ago, while a high school junior in Columbus, Indiana, I decided I wanted to run track. But I was told that girls were not allowed to compete in sports. Angry and confused—why can’t girls do sports?—I fought for and eventually won the right to start […]

2017 Ramsay Award Program Results

  A Letter from President Carol Head in Solve ME/CFS Initiative.   With Dr. Nahle, I’m delighted to announce our 2017 Ramsay Award Program recipients. As you may know, the Ramsay Award program is a foundation of SMCI’s commitment to explore all worthy research avenues. We’re proud that our organization is operating at the center […]

October 2017 Research 1st – Dr. Nahle Letter

    From the Solve ME/CFS Initiative.   Dear Friends, On Saturday, October 14th, we held our annual Discovery Forum in Washington, DC. The forum, now in its second year, brought together leaders with affiliations in academia, biotech, government, research, and clinical settings. The driving concept of the forum was to be disrupt the status […]

Humans of ME/CFS

  By Laura O, in Solve ME/CFS Initiative.   I stared feeling run down and not quite myself nearly four years ago. I had all these strange things happen to my body. I just couldn’t get my head around it. The symptoms I had/have scared me and at times I actually thought, “I’m dying.” Who gets this […]

ME Patient Resources

    From Solve ME/CFS Initiative.   As someone living with and managing ME/CFS, we know you have questions. To help you get started, below you will find important information to help you navigate a life with ME/CFS; access webinar recordings, research updates, articles and other posts to empower you with more information. A great […]

Making Reasonable Accommodations For ME/CFS Students

  From a blog by Michael E. Ottlinger, PhD, DABT as published in the Solve ME/CFS Initiative. (Something from an American perspective) As part of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Reasonable Accommodations must be made for individuals with a disability. This includes students at colleges, universities, secondary schools, etc., who no doubt encounter problems stemming […]

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