Senate Action! Deadline Monday May 25







Tell Your Senator to SUPPORT INCREASED FUNDING FOR POST-VIRAL-DISEASE RESEARCH INTO ME/CFS!
Thanks to your hard work during ME/CFS Advocacy Week, the U.S. Senate is currently circulating our request to include ME/CFS research funding in the next COVID-19 package.

Ask your Senator to sign-on to this effort today!

Our champion, Senator Ed Markey, is leading our initiative to include ME/CFS research funding in future COVID-19 response legislation. If successful, this request would bolster ME/CFS research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by including an additional $60 million for expanded research opportunities looking at connections between ME/CFS and COVID-19 survivors.

ME/CFS epidemics have historically followed viral outbreaks and experts are estimating significant surges in ME/CFS cases following the COVID-19 pandemic. It is essential that as many Senators as possible join this action in a united voice to call for increased funding for post-viral-disease research into ME/CFS.

Please contact your Senators TODAY and ask them to ask them to sign-on to this effort.

 

Carl#1

Active Member
Do not waste your time and mine. ME/CFS/Fibro has NOTHING to do with viruses!

It is Bacteria/Yeast & Fungi which are at the root of this illness. It is those micro-organisms which alter the digestive permeability which causes the immune dysfunction and proneness to viruses. Viruses are just sidetracking people from where they should be concentrating. What with a lot of poor quality research and failure to understand how the human body really works, it is not surprising to me that the situation is so unfocused.
 

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