It represents International support for M.E. It is an expression of unity to the severe sufferers that have always wore the blue ribbon for the cause.
M.E is classified as a neurological condition by the World Health Organisation (WHO) since 1969. The International Classification of Diseases (ICD10 G93.3) Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
Make some NOISE for M.E wish to END GLOBAL IGNORANCE of M.E. The long held misunderstandings of this illness contribute to the global neglect of sufferers.
Our aim is to raise awareness to end the ignorance of M.E. Raise money to aid sufferers.
Larger charities have big overheads, our aim is for fundraising to benefit individual sufferers directly.
You can also raise money for our cause for free, when you shop online. All you need to do is register us as your cause at the following link.
Ignorance will not eradicate this disease only investment into research will. Decades of short sightedness and feigned ignorance to protect Corporate and Government profits has got us nowhere. There is still a global financial crisis. If they had focused on a cure rather than ignore it they may not have over a million people worldwide in need of medical care and support. Instead they try to deny them. This illness will not go away and neither will we until they do something to stop it. Help us Make some NOISE for M.E! Please take the time to read Professor Malcolm Hoopers report Magical Medicine - How to make a disease disappear. You will be shocked.
Why are the U.K Government holding secret files at Kew about M.E ? Why are people being left to die, suffer a horrendous existence and live with symptoms that are a living hell.
Read on you may want answers yourself one day, anyone can fall victim to it. It may be you or someone you love. Then you will seek the truth and want someone to Make some NOISE for you !!!
PRESS RELEASE - MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL 12TH FEBRUARY 2010
YOU MUST READ THIS
A formal complaint has been lodged by Professor Malcolm
Hooper with the Rt. Hon The Lord Drayson, Minister of State with responsibility for the Medical Research Council (Science and Innovation) about the “PACE” Clinical Trial of behavioural modification interventions for people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).
The document can be downloaded from M.EActionUK. They want you to read it and pass it on for all to see.
download Magical Medicine How to Make a Disease Disappear - By Professor Malcolm Hooper via this link
The Government cannot ignore the facts and tireless efforts of this credible expert, we applaud Professor Malcolm Hooper.
If you or someone you know has M.E you are already aware of the debate that is raging amongst the M.E Community.
It is time to join together and get recognition for this debilitating illness. In order to understand our plight please read on and learn about M.E and the injustice to those who suffer from it.
They want our votes - We want the truth.
Is there an investigative journalist out there who feels like taking on the establishment on behalf of a quarter of a million sick people; in the U.K and over a million worldwide, who are either made to feel like second class citizens or, at best, just ignored ?
We are a small charitable organisation, therefore have not yet reached the status to apply to register with the Charity Commission.
What is a charitable organisation?
We have a constitution which:
sets out charitable purposes which are used for public benefit
ensures trustees are responsible for running the charity
ensures income and assets are used for charitable purposes
What is meant by Charitable Purposes and Public Benefit?
The Charities Act in England & Wales, and in Scotland require organisations to demonstrate their activities are of public benefit as part of the application process to register as a charity.
Our organisation abides by these guidelines and will register when we meet the criteria. In the mean time we have applied to HMRC to obtain a registered number and register for gift aid.
Requirement to Register as a Charity
In England and Wales the requirement to register as a charity applies as soon as we have an income of over £5,000. We have not yet reached this status.