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Who we are
The European ME Alliance is a collaboration of ME support charities and organisations in Europe who intend to provide a common view and the scientific facts regarding the neurological illness myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS).

The alliance has been created with a basic set of principles (see EMEA principles and rules regarding membership).


Member Organisations
The members of the European ME Alliance are listed on the left of this screen by country, in alphabetical order. Click on the name of the country in order to be directed to the page containing details of that member group and their website.



Our Objectives
The objectives of the European ME Alliance is to provide a correct and consistent view of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS) for healthcare organisations, healthcare professionals, government organisations, the media and patients and the public.

Our web site will consist of accurate descriptions of the illness and details of research which has or is taking place. 

The member groups in the alliance will be working together to promote awareness of ME/CFS and will work closely with organisations and researchers who are interested in finding treatments and cures for ME/CFS.


EMEA Principles
The members of the European ME Alliance have agreed the following -

  • That members of the European ME Alliance endorse the principles of the 2003 Canadian Consensus Document for Diagnosis and Treatment for ME/CFS.

  • That members of the European ME Alliance endorse the principles of the 2006 paediatric definition from Dr Leonard Jason et al.

  • That members of the European ME Alliance promote the fact that ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) is a neurological illness in the World Health Organisation’s International Classification of Diseases.

  • That members of the European ME Alliance understand the necessity to use the composite term ME/CFS at the moment for ease of reference/standardisation.

  • That members of the European ME Alliance support biomedical research into establishing sub groups of ME/CFS which will lead to treatments and cures for this illness.

  • That the European ME Alliance has, as an objective, the preparation and promotion of a common set of documentation, in all languages, for Alliance use that is supplemented by local information.


Membership
The members of the European ME Alliance are keen to obtain support from all organisations supporting the principles mentioned above.

The constitution of the European ME Alliance will be displayed here when ready.



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Disclaimer....please read

The pages on this web site are offered as a free access information provider.
No medical recommendations are given or implied.
Please consult your own medical practitioner for the treatment of your personal symptoms.
 



Last Update: 28 June 2014

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