Articles which were published in 2008 or earlier (listed below) may only appear in PDF format. Please be aware that this is an historical archive ie. information will become increasingly out-of-date as time goes on.
- How common is M.E.? (InterAction 66, Winter 2008)
Extracts from Dr Derek Pheby's lecture on the epidemiology of M.E.
- Coming to terms with M.E. (InterAction 64, Summer 2008)
Cathy Stillman-Lowe looks at how some people have come to terms with the ups and downs.
- Why is M.E. controversial? (InterAction 63, Spring 2008)
Prof. Peter White, Dr William Weir and Ondine Upton discuss the controversy surrounding M.E.
- Biological processes underlying M.E. (InterAction 61, Autumn 2007)
Explanatory account of Prof. Tony Pinching's current understanding of M.E.
- Superwoman redefined: the Shirley Conran interview (InterAction 55, Spring 2006)
Shirley Conran talks about her struggle with an illness that "didn't exist" and
how she feels attitudes towards those affected are changing.
- Survey on consultants reveals ethnic minorities under-represented in M.E. clinics (InterAction 55, Spring 2006)
Sally Maxwell reports on a recent survey by Action for M.E. on the ability for ethnic minorities to access CFS/M.E. clinics.
- Funny old world... (InterAction 54, Winter 2005)
Personal story from former teacher Chas Griffin
- US conference unites worldwide researchers (InterAction 51, Spring 2005)
Highlights from the Annual Research and Clinical Conference of the American Association of CFS.
- Not so macho: a male perspective on M.E. (InterAction 50, Winter 2004)
Dave Lamont examines the challenges M.E. poses to the traditional notions of masculinity.
- Severely overlooked by science: The severely ill are severely overlooked; just ignored and invisible (InterAction 49, Autumn 2004)
Dr Neil Abbot reports on the Chief Medical Officer's Report 2002.
- Advances in the biomedical investigation of M.E. (InterAction 48, Summer 2004)
Dr Vance Spence and Dr Neil Abbot talk about the advances in M.E. research.
- Monitoring patients with severe M.E. (InterAction 47, Spring 2004)
Ken Manley presents CHROME charity's efforts to make housebound patients more visible to researchers.
- Don't say nothing if it ain't worthwhile (InterAction 46, Winter 2003)
Personal story from musician Stacy Hart.
- Insight: An age-old issue (InterAction 41, Autumn 2002)
Psychotherapist Val Rubie considers the particular problems of M.E. for the older person.
- M.E: all in the brain? (InterAction 42, Winter 2002)
Neurologist Dr Abhijit Chaudhuri draws parallels between MS and M.E.
- It's a family affair (InterAction 39, Spring 2002)
Theresa Coe looks at the effect on close relationships when someone has M.E.
- Zoe's personal story (InterAction 37, Autumn 2001)
Zoe Williams' story, and her hopes for the Government's Working Group on CFS/M.E. report.
- Desert island tips (InterAction 34, Winter 2000)
Zoe Williams gives advice on coping with severe M.E.