The Foundation's objective is to fund research to find a cause, expedite treatments and eventually a cure, as well as providing information, education, and support to people who have CFIDS (chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome also known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and many other names).
December 29th 2012 The following names have been added to our Memorial List Maria Furniss & Gail Snotherly
August 28th 2012 The National CFIDS Foundation has endorsed safe access to medical marijuana for patients with a doctor’s recommendation in Massachusetts because many patients suffering from symptoms of CFIDS including fatigue, pain, and nausea can benefit from access to this medicine.
The Committee for Compassionate Medicine (www.compassionforpatients.com) is bringing the question to the voters through a ballot initiative on November 6. Contact Matt Allen at email@example.com or 508-410-1547 if you would like to learn more about their efforts.