Tuesday 10 August 2010
A summary of recent M.E. related stories in the news. Headlines appearing in the media as dated:
Harriet McHugh, whose mum has M.E., and Geoff Nicholson, who has M.E. himself, describe how difficult the illness is to live with. M.E. is still little understood despite costing the UK around £3.5b a year in medical treatments.
Evening Chronicle, p 2-3
Art inspired by M.E.
Abi Trotman, who has M.E., has used her illness as inspiration for her final piece of art work for her degree at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.
Penarth Times, p 6
Maggie Alderson talks about how her life has been affected by post viral fatigue syndrome, learning to respect her body’s limits and how she has been helped by the Lightning Process.
Red, p 273-274
Agony aunt Fiona Caine recommends that a reader who still feels tired and lethargic after a bout of flu at Christmas visit the doctor as soon as possible as they could have M.E.
East Anglian Daily Times (EA Life), p 32
Worcester News, p 60
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