2022 Conference Summaries
During every conference, IACFS/ME invites a few journalists and writers to help us educate the public about ME/CFS, disseminate study results, and provide free access to the meeting to individuals/ groups who are unable to attend the meeting. Reporters and writers are given full freedom regarding what they write about and how they choose to go about it. Thus, IACFS/ME is not responsible for article contents or opinions.
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Ms. Miriam Tucker, MedScape
Ms. Tucker has been writing about ME/CFS for many years.
Increasing Data Link ME/CFS, Long COVID, and Dysautonomia
Treatments Explored to Ease Post-Viral Symptoms of ME/CFS and Long COVID
Clinicians Can Help People With Severe ME/CFS, Even Unseen
Mr. Cort Johnson
Mr. Johnson has written about ME/CFS since 2004 and currently operates the Health Rising website.
Myoglobin, Platelets and Monocytes, Oh My: The IACFS/ME Conference Review #III
The Hugely Predictive Factor for Long COVID…is also found in ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia: the IACFS/ME Conference II
Systrom’s Keynote Address Kicks off IACFS/ME ME/CFS and Long-COVID Conference
Could Core Issues in ME/CFS Be Cropping Up?
Could a Major Chronic Infection be Underlying ME/CFS? The IACFS/ME Conference Pt. V
July 30, Afternoon
July 30, Morning, Panel
July 30, Morning, Keynote
July 29, Keynote
July 29, Afternoon Panels
July 29, Morning Panel
July 28, Morning
July 28, Afternoon Panels
Science for ME (S4ME) threads collection:
National ME/FM Action Network (Canada) Fall 2022 Newsletter with Conference Summary:
ME Association (UK):
- Keynote: Pathophysiology of exercise intolerance in ME/CFS & long COVID- available here
- Feasibility of investigating oxygen consumption (VO2), heart rate variability, blood pressure and lactic acid levels of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis during normal daily activities- available here
- BREATHE: A mixed-methods evaluation of a virtual self-management program for people living with long COVID- available here
4. Plasma proteomics reveals a distinct response to maximal exercise and recovery pattern between female and male ME/CFS subjects - available here.
ME Research UK: