The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society in partnership with leading national charities Action for M.E. (AfME) and Association for Young people with ME (AYME) are holding a regional conference at Hove Town Hall on October 7th in the afternoon. Main speakers will include Dr Gabrielle Murphy, Dr Keith Hine and Health Researcher Dr Zoe Gotts. […]

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A charity which supports people with ME is calling for a better understanding of the condition. The Sussex ME Society says many of the problems experienced by people with the illness are not immediately obvious. Symptoms can have an impact on a person’s ability to function, plan and complete tasks at work, because their concentration […]

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The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society has been working with the medical education department at the Royal Sussex County Hospital to raise awareness of the condition among GPs. Two refresher sessions were attended by almost 80 GPs from across Sussex, who heard lectures and took part in a question and answer session. ME Society chairman […]

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The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society has formally become an Associate Member of the recently formed UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative that was launched at the Welcome Collection in London earlier this year. The Collaborative aims to promote the highest quality of basic and applied evidenced based and peer reviewed research into CFS/ME. The organisation is […]

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The Sussex ME Society that cares for many of the 6,000 people across the county affected by Myalgic Encephalopathy(ME) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) are running yoga classes in Hove specifically designed to suit those with the illness and similar conditions. The Wheel of Yoga qualified teacher has been working with people with ME for […]

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The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society has come out tops recently at two supermarkets that operate charity green disc schemes. Three nominated charities per month are awarded discs collected from the checkouts that are placed in containers by the customers as they leave. This scheme reflects the customers preferred charity deserving of a supermarket cheque […]

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Caroline Lucas MP and Mike Weatherley MP who are Patrons of the Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society, have backed an Early Day Motion (EDM) that promotes the need for world-class research into ME/CFS. EDM 212 (UK Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research Collaborative) highlights some of the limitations with past research on ME/CFS and calls for […]

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Research just published has shown that people affected by ME experience visual processing problems and these findings could help with diagnosing the syndrome. Scientists at the University of Leicester assessed visual attention difficulties commonly reported by those with Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and have provided experimental evidence for ME/CFS-related difficulties in […]

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During ME Awareness time the Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society has come out tops at the Brighton Marina ASDA, where customers voted with discs for their favourite local charity most deserving of a cheque for £200.00 towards its’ work.

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