The Speak Up About ME header and info about the Speak Up about ME website

Wondering why I use photos of two young men in the header, even though more women than men live with ME/CFS, and onset of ME/CFS is usually after age 30?

The easiest explanation is that these two young men are the patients I know the best.

They are the ones I live with.

They both have early onset ME/CFS, one having gotten sick at age 12 and the other at age 14.

(They are also the ones I can usually access of photos of.)

 

Speak Up About ME website

We fully intend to update the Speak Up About ME website.

ME/CFS however,  has put that on hold.

Everyone who knows about ME/CFS understands that ME/CFS (rather than the person living with it) decides when and how things can be done.

Our webmaster, a patient with ME/CFS, is struggling with worsened health, so is currently unable to update the website.

We have started this blog as a way of making information about Speak Up About ME’s events and work.

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