Australian ME/CFS advocacy award honours Alem Matthees

Last year on his birthday, we presented Alem Matthees with an award and framed certificate on behalf of the Australian ME/CFS community, and state and national ME/CFS organisations. Alem was being honoured for his extraordinary contribution in fighting for information that allowed the PACE trial to be debunked. https://may12th.org.au/australian-me-cfs-advocacy-award-honours-alem-matthees/?fbclid=IwAR0uixNdUotd37BCuEwIz9hpxW6K7QqQI0VgOKKZjlqzFBh2ruIb6V70mDU

ME sufferers demand end to exercise treatment

More than 21,000 Scots suffer from ME which is also known as chronic fatigue syndrome Scottish ministers are being urged to withdraw a controversial treatment that is prescribed on the NHS to treat myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) but is blamed for leaving many victims housebound or crippled. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/me-sufferers-demand-end-to-exercise-treatment-9ncc9nw6n