Lyme Disease has received a lot of media coverage this year. The subject is covered on M.E. Support in Lyme Disease / Borreliosis & M.E. in the United Kingdom.
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This revealing article was published in 2001 and recently updated.
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18 Nov 2015
David Tuller PACE Investigation
5 Nov 2015
Short CMRC Conference Report
Diary Dates 2016
Int. May 12th Awareness Day
11th Int. ME Conference
1-3 June 2016, London
Severe ME Day
8 August, Annually, UK
The following articles are being written or updated and will be published in the near future:
"my-AL-jik" means muscle pain.
means inflammation of the brain and spinal cord.
What is a Spoonie?
A 'spoonie' can refer to any individual who suffers from a chronic illness.
The Spoon Theory was written
by Christine Miserandino and
explains what it is like to live with a chronic illness. The theory uses a metaphor of spoons to turn energy into a measurable concept.
Quote of the Month
The worst thing you can do to a person with an invisible illness is make them feel like they need to prove how sick they are.
Get Safe Online
Get Safe Online is the UK's leading awareness resource helping protect people, finances, devices and businesses from fraud, abuse and other issues encountered online.