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Keep up to date with the latest news articles from around the world.

Articles represent the views of their authors and not ME/CFS SA. Always seek advice from a registered health practitioner before changing your care plan.

25 January, 2022

Chronic Exhaustion, Derailed Lives And No Way Out. This Is Long COVID.

Up to half a million Canadians are suffering from debilitating symptoms of long COVID—and falling through the cracks of a depleted health-care system.

15 February, 2022

Chronic Fatigue Caregiver Urges People To Listen To Those Who Suffer

Galen Warden cares for her son, James, who suffers from a debilitating form of Chronic fatigue syndrome. She has advice for others in her position.

23 December, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Is No Joke, But Too Many Games Still Treat It Like One

The condition known as ME/CFS has a special place in video game representation hell.

01 May, 2021

Chronic Fatigue Patients, Long Victimized By Discredited Research, Turn To A Dubious Self-Help Program

The goulash of osteopathy, life coaching, neurolinguistic programming, and positive psychology is also attracting Long Covid sufferers.

17 June, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Research Network Targets COVID-19

Members of the EUROMENE COST Action are adapting their work on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to coronavirus patients.

12 August, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome A Possible Long-Term Effect Of COVID-19, Experts Say

An article from CNN Health.

30 October, 2021

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advice Scraps Exercise Therapy

A UK health watchdog has scrapped a previous recommendation of graded exercise therapy for ME/CFS.

25 July, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Hold Keys To Understanding Post-Covid Syndrome

An article published in STAT, written by ME/CFS advocate David Tuller and Steven Lubet.

30 November, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Poorly Recognised In NZ Despite Evidence

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has still not been well recognised by New Zealand health professionals or social agencies, Emeritus Prof Warren Tate has said.

05 July, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Sufferers Hope For Breakthrough As They Fight For Recognition

DecodeME, the world’s biggest genetic research project into CFS, will examine the DNA of 20,000 people frustrated by misunderstandings of their condition.

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