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ME Research To Receive £90,000 Funding Boost

Sunday 4 March 2018


From Scottish newspaper The Sunday Post:


ME, sometimes known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,
is a debilitating neuro-immune disease.
(Getty Images/iStock)

ME research to receive £90,000 funding boost

By Catriona Webster
22 February 2018
© DC Thomson Co Ltd 2017. All Rights Reserved.

FUNDING of £90,000 has been announced for research into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of a little-understood illness that blights the lives of at least 20,000 Scots.

The money will fund a new PhD studentship focused on improving understanding of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME).

ME, sometimes known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, is a debilitating neuro-immune disease which causes symptoms including profound fatigue and cognitive impairment.

It can strike people of all ages and devastate previously healthy and active lives, but despite this there is no effective treatment available on the NHS and no ME specialists in Scotland’s hospitals.

The studentship, jointly funded by Scottish Government and Action for ME, is in response to calls from campaigners for increased research into the condition.


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