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    There is currently no scientific cure for ME/CFS

The M.E. Trust is the UK’s only charity dedicated to funding and providing individual patient treatment for people with ME/CFS.

As well as listening and caring for the needs of the whole person, we offer encouragement and support to families, and immediate community of carers.


Patient Care is at the heart of The M.E. TrustHow We Help

Telephone consultations and home visiting services are available with our medical trustee Dr Paul Worthley, who has over 20 years experience of helping people with ME/CFS.

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About ME/CFS

Approximately 250,000 people in the UK suffer from ME/CFS, an umbrella term for a neurological disease or spectrum of diseases that cause extreme exhaustion, muscle and joint pain, noise and light sensitivities, cognitive impairment, digestive problems and a host of other symptoms.

There is currently no scientific cure and often insufficient care and support for the majority of people with the disease.

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