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The aim of this group is to try and help increase awareness & understanding of chronic fatigue syndrome, as there is a serious lack of both worldwide! Also, it is a place for sufferers their thoughts, feelings, and any advice they might have.
The ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Self-Help Program is a non-profit organization offering a suite of low-cost and free online self-help courses. We also provide articles, forms, worksheets and online books.
Dedicated to providing timely, accurate information to people with chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and fibromyalgia. Offers forums, treatment resources, news, and volunteer opportunities.
Here's a look at some Chronic Fatigue Syndrome groups meeting up near New York City.
The Center’s integrated approach is based on providing comprehensive treatment to those who experience medically unexplained pain and fatigue, headed by Dr. Natelson, one of the most respected medical experts in the world on CFS and fibromyalgia.
Provides people with ME/CFS information to support their health and well-being. We publish articles and maintain the largest ME/CFS forum on the web.
Independent, patient-led, international forum for people with ME/CFS and those who support us. Our goal is to provide a platform to discuss all aspects of this disease, with a special focus on science, support, and advocacy.
SMCI envisions a world free of ME/CFS and works to make this disease understood, diagnosable, and treatable. SMCI actively engages the ME/CFS community in research and strives for an aggressive expansion of funding toward a cure.
Jennifer Brea is about to marry the love of her life when she’s struck down by a fever that leaves her bedridden. When doctors tell her “it’s all in her head,” she turns her camera on herself and her community as she looks for answers and fights for a cure.
This film shows the devastating consequences that occur when patients are disbelieved and the illness is misunderstood while highlighting the experiences of five ME patients and their caregivers.
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