Phil Murray

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Phil Murray was diagnosed with ME/CFS in 1997, and has been mainly in remission since 2007. Phil has worked extensively with Westcare UK, sat on the ME patient advisory group for the ME/CFS Epidemiology and Genomics Alliance (MEGA), sponsored by ME Research UK,[1] attended the NICE guidelines scoping meeting in 2018, and is co-organiser for the Bristol Millions Missing protests,[2] in 2018 & 2019. Phil has appeared in local radio & TV speaking for the need for more biomedical research into the illness, and remains on the Patient Advisory group to the UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative (CMRC).[3]

In November 2018, Phil became a trustee of the UK patient group, Action for ME.[4]

An interview from Phil's 1998 appointment at Bristol's Royal Infirmary was featured in the medical training app Speaking Clinically,[5] under "General Medicine, "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome," and "The Exhausted Athlete". It featured the clear reasons for post-exertional malaise, and the delay before the effects are felt.

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  • YouTube

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  1. "Phil Murray, Trustee, Action for ME at Action for M.E." LinkedIn. December 26, 2019.
  2. "#MillionsMissing: the campaign for ME equality". The Bristol Cable. May 10, 2018. Retrieved December 26, 2019.
  3. ME, Action for. "Improving lives, inspiring change: AGM & annual report". Action for ME. Retrieved December 26, 2019.
  4. ME, Action for. "Board of Trustees". Action for ME. Retrieved December 26, 2019.
  5. https://speakingclinically.co.uk/

UK CFS/ME Research Collaborative (CMRC) - A UK group of researchers and ME/CFS patient groups led by Professor Stephen Holgate. Its launch in 2013 was covered by the Science Media Centre. Since 2014, the collaborative sponsors the CFS/ME Research Collaborative Conference.

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