The ME Society of America

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The ME Society of America (MESA) was a website founded by patient advocate Maryann Spurgin in 2002. The MESA described itself as a "research-information and advocacy group", seeking to promote understanding of ME/CFS by disseminating information about research and advocacy issues pertaining to ME/CFS.[1]

The website was last updated in 2007 and went offline in 2013.[2] An archive of the website can still be accessed here.

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