October 11, 2017
The impact of M.E., and the challenges faced by children, families and adults living with the condition, will be the focus of an awareness-raising event at London’s Royal Free Hospital next month.
Hosted jointly with Action for M.E. as part of the Trust’s Medicine for Members series, the event will also focus on the need for urgent need for biomedical research, and appropriate medical care.
The Royal Free Hospital was the site of an outbreak of M.E. among 292 members of the medical and administrative staff in 1955.
Chaired by Judy Dewinter, Lead Governor, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, the event will feature:
Refreshments will be provided and there will be an opportunity to put your questions to the speakers at the end.
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Sonya Chowdhury, Chief Executive, Action for M.E., says, “This is a brilliant opportunity to share the stories of people with M.E. with patient and public members of the Trust, clinicians and other health professionals, and the wider hospital staff and governors – and ask them to take action with us to improve the lives of those affected.”
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