Canadian Community Health Survey of Unmet Medical Needs 2005 – In almost every category, ME/CFS patients are at the top of saying their medical needs are not being met. Compiled by ME/FM Action Network.
CDC Funding of ME/CFS with Recommendations Aug. 2, 2010 – It’s time the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention change and start following the recommendations on page 2 of this appropriations bill. Biomarkers and viral etiology have not been their focus, and it should be. We call on government health agencies to collaborate with independent researchers who have made great strides in understanding ME/CFS.
2000 GAO Report on Government Agencies and CFS This report shows the failings in the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, particularly the misappropriation of $8.8 million budgeted for CFS research at the CDC from 1995 t0 1998.
Professor Malcolm Hooper’s Magical Medicine February, 2010 - Magical Medicine: How to Make a Disease Disappear
The Why by Hillary Johnson May 28, 2009 – Osler’s Web author, Hillary Johnson, speaks about the influence of the Centers for Disease Control on chronic fatigue syndrome around the world.
Medical Research Council’s Secret Files on M.E. - Dec. 10, 2009
Schweitzer’s Report to Obama Dec. 30, 2008 – This is the state of Delaware’s contribution to the Health Care Community Discussion Report to the incoming Obama administration. The disability of ME/CFS patients is costing the nation billions.
Request for Congressional Action 2008 – A patient generated this call for Congressional action. Failing to heed this call has led to more people losing heir jobs, their social activity and their health.
Mental Health Movement: Persecution of Patients Dec. 2003 – A consideration of the role of Professor Simon Wessely and other members of the “Wessely School” in the perception of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) in the UK.