- Last Updated: 29 May 2019 29 May 2019
Not able to attend recent screenings of Unrest or other events in Massachusetts?
Videos from these events are now posted.
Video from Hampshire College (Amherst, February 2019)
Video from MGH Institute of Health Professions (Boston, January 2019)
Video from Boston University (Boston, October 2018)
Video from Cooley Dickinson Hospital (Northampton, May 2018)
Video from Massachusetts State House (Boston, April 2018)
Video from Massachusetts Department of Public Health (Boston, March 2018)
Video from Regent Theatre (Arlington MA, Nov. 2017)
- Last Updated: 23 April 2018 23 April 2018
Get details of all Unrest events Spring 2018 in Massachusetts.
- Last Updated: 26 April 2018 26 April 2018
The entire Massachusetts Congressional delegation (two Senators and all nine Representatives) signed a statement of support for ME/CFS patients which was shown on the occasion of the screening of the documentary film “Unrest” on November 12, 2017 at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA. Our delegation's support for patients with ME/CFS was projected on the big screen at the event, which was attended by more than 360 healthcare professionals, ME/CFS patients, families, and supporters from Massachusetts and New England (VT, ME, CT, RI). We were proud to announce that Massachusetts is the first state that has had such a statement from every member of its congressional delegation.
- Last Updated: 28 February 2017 28 February 2017
"I will be your advocate for more research" Massachusetts senator Ed Markey promised an ME patient at a Town Hall meeting on Feb. 23rd.
Read the story, view the video clip, and then call Senator Markey's office (202-224-2742) to thank him for promising in Northampton to advocate for M.E. on Capitol Hill. If you are an ME patient let them know. If you are a Massachusetts resident be sure to say that. Our Association will be following up with Senator Markey to let him know how he can help!
- Last Updated: 15 February 2017 15 February 2017
"What happens when you have a disease doctors can't diagnose," film-maker and ME/CFS advocate Jen Brea's TED talk, was filmed in June 2016 and has recently been made available for viewing (subtitles in 10 languages!). This is 17 minutes of gripping power. Watch it now!