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Facebook Posts

Be sure to check out the NJME/CFSA Facebook page regularly for recent posts.

Trustee Kenneth Friedman, PHD participated in ME/CFS Awareness Day Panel celebrated ME/CFS Awareness Day in the U.S. (May 12th, 2016) by holding a live television panel discussion concerning ME/CFS and Lyme disease on CCTV in Burlington, VT. I was honored to be included in the panel which consisted of physicians, an ME/CFS research and a VT State Senator; all of whom informed the audience […]

Governor Christie Declares May 2016 ME/CFS Awareness Month

High School Scholarship Application

2016 HS Scholarship Application

Letter to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Here is the second letter sent to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) AHRQ Request Announcement Feb 3 2016 Letter to AHRQ

Advocates Group

We are part of this coalition that is actively working to bring about good changes at the NIH and other HHS departments for the benefit of those with ME/CFS. Click here to read Announcement Dec 22 2015    

A Gift of Love and Support

Memberships can be purchased online at this site or Membership form for mailing

Research Published

NJME/CFSA Trustee Emeritus and independent researcher, Rosemary Underhill, has a new paper published online, December 2105 at this link. There is an abstract as well as the full article, “Myalgic encephalomyelitis, chronic fatigue syndrome: An infectious disease” Congratualtions to Dr. Rosemary Underhill!

Giving Tuesday December 1, 2015

GIVING TUESDAY The New Jersey ME/CFS Association has been working on behalf of those with this disease since 1995. Recent accomplishments include: •Offering HS and Medical Student/Resident Scholarships •Communicating through NJME/CFSA Website & Facebook page. •Help Desk – dedicated volunteers use precious energy to respond to requests. •Information for families experiencing school issues •Educating healthcare […]

ME/CFS Genes Study

Dr. Nancy Klimas is embarking on a Gene Study of ME/CFS. Please see the following link for information about the study.