Welcome to M.E. Friends Online, the place to come to for peer support and friendship.
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Remember that forum users are affected by M.E. and may be dealing with cognitive difficulties. Hostile or threatening messages or invasions of another’s privacy will not be tolerated but it is ok to disagree – please respect the opinions and experiences of others.
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24 Mar 2017
Action for M.E. is launching a new project in Scotland to work with health and social care professionals.Inform M.E. Scotland is a 12-month, Scottish Government-funded…... Read more >>
23 Mar 2017
We’d like to reassure family members who’ve filled in a survey into false accusations against families of young people with M.E/CFS launched by The Association…... Read more >>
21 Mar 2017
Action for M.E. has been asked to submit evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into Personal Independence Payment (PIP).Frank Field MP, Chair…... Read more >>
20 Mar 2017
Dozens of GPs admitted that while it’s hard to know how to help people with M.E. in their areas, they were all keen to learn more about the illness and…... Read more >>
17 Mar 2017
Our fundraiser of the week is Bill Haywood Smith, who ran the Bath Half Marathon for us last weekend because the half marathon equalled a mile for every…... Read more >>
17 Mar 2017
Over 48% of people with M.E./CFS in the UK who took part in a recent survey say they wouldn’t trust their GP to give them information on their condition.The…... Read more >>