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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  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.

biomedical research basic medical research on organisms, such as humans or other living things, that helps increase medical knowledge. (Learn more:

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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