Thursday 28 October 2010
A summary of recent M.E. related stories in the news. Headlines appearing in the media as dated.
Low dose naltrexone
Helen O’Neill talks about being diagnosed with CFS following the birth of her little girl. Helen found that Low dose naltrexone helped her recover.
That’s Life, p 36-37
Anger at GP
Carol Berwick, whose 15 year old daughter Eilidh has M.E., describes her anger at the family GP that didn’t believe Eilidh was ill. Carol has now given up her job as a primary teacher to care for her daughter, and set up a local support group in Glenrothes. For more information email email@example.com.
Daily Record, p 24, 25 and 28
Cricketer Joe Sayers, who has signed on for a further two-year deal with Yorkshire, will not be scheduled to play until he is feeling better. Joe has been diagnosed with post-viral fatigue syndrome.
Bradford Telegraph and Argus, p 37
Bury and Bolton M.E. and CFS Support Group meets on the third Thursdays of the month at Longsight Methodist Church, Longsight Lane, Harwood at 7.30pm.
Bury Journal, p 9
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