ME/CFS Australia Ltd is working to improve the lives of people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), a complex and very debilitating illness which affects the neurological, endocrine and immune systems.

 

Up to 250,000 Australians have ME/CFS with one quarter of those bed-ridden or housebound. Sadly, many ME/CFS sufferers are hidden away behind closed doors - unable to participate in the workforce, community, family and social life,

 

We need your help to continue vital work to improve the situation and provide better support for ME/CFS sufferers and their families nationwide.

 

ME/CFS affects people of all ages from children to the elderly and can strike without warning. There is still no cure.

 

More money needs to be channelled into:

  • raising awareness of the disease and providing information on how to better manage symptoms, live with it and minimise decline
  • research into the disease
  • advocacy to fix various support issues facing people with ME/CFS
  • peer to peer and patient support through our relationships with state ME/CFS support organisations and nationally
  • upgrading outdated clinical guidelines and training GPs in internationally accepted diagnosis and symptom management

 

With your help, we can give people with ME/CFS hope, updated information resources and advocate for much needed change.

 

 
 

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ME/CFS Australia Ltd is working to improve the lives of people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), a complex and very debilitating illness which affects the neurological, endocrine and immune systems.

 

Up to 250,000 Australians have ME/CFS with one quarter of those bed-ridden or housebound. Sadly, many ME/CFS sufferers are hidden away behind closed doors - unable to participate in the workforce, community, family and social life,

 

We need your help to continue vital work to improve the situation and provide better support for ME/CFS sufferers and their families nationwide.

 

ME/CFS affects people of all ages from children to the elderly and can strike without warning. There is still no cure.

 

More money needs to be channelled into:

  • raising awareness of the disease and providing information on how to better manage symptoms, live with it and minimise decline
  • research into the disease
  • advocacy to fix various support issues facing people with ME/CFS
  • peer to peer and patient support through our relationships with state ME/CFS support organisations and nationally
  • upgrading outdated clinical guidelines and training GPs in internationally accepted diagnosis and symptom management

 

With your help, we can give people with ME/CFS hope, updated information resources and advocate for much needed change.

 

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