Making connections, changing lives for people affected by ME/CFS and associated conditions.

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Bio 21 Institute research – Inside Story report

Chris Armstrong is a researcher at the University of Melbourne’s Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute and the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He is the lead author on […]

Template letter to Ministers

In order to help spread the word about ME/CFS we encourage you to write to your local Members of Parliament and have provided a template to assist in this process. […]

PACE trial data released

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has finally released the PACE trial data, as ordered by a recent tribunal. Emerge Australia acknowledges the efforts of Alem Matthees, a patient, who […]

Australian scientists make breakthrough in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome testing – ABC Radio

Radio interview: PM with Mark Colvin Scientists at Griffith University discuss their recent research findings on ABC Radio – PM with mark Colvin on Monday evening (29/02/2016). They believe they […]

My Life, Influences & Living with ME/CFS -Triple R interview with Chris Fayers

Chris Fayers, an Environmental Scientist and Emerge Australia member, was recently interviewed on Melbourne Independent radio station TripleR. Chris provided an insightful interview where he discusses  his childhood, career, musical […]

Chronic fatigue syndrome chronically underfunded – The WIRE

On Tuesday evening this week (23/2/16), Emerge President Sally Missing, Senator Scott Ludlam and ME patient Sasha Nimmo, were interviewed by The Wire as a follow up to the questions […]

Emerge Australia Media Release following Senate Estimates

Australia’s chronic fatigue syndrome patients left without support, tiny amount on research. Wednesday night’s Senate Estimate hearings show that sadly people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) are still being […]

Australian Department of Health pins its hopes on NIH research

AUTHOR: Sasha Nimmo Senator asks medical research council about ‘remarkably small amount of funding since 2000’ and are they funding GET or CBT for ME/CFS. Australia spent just $1.6 million […]

What about ME?

The well recognised lyric below from the Moving Pictures song, “What About Me”, sums up a good deal of our community’s sentiment that people with ME/CFS are entitled to better […]

Large controversial UK study refusing to release data: PACE trial

AUTHOR: Sasha Nimmo In January 2016, the authors of a £5 million trial into cognitive behavior therapy and graded exercise therapy again refused to release the data to scientists who […]