July 10, 2019
What impact does M.E. have on your life? Does your GP really understand M.E.? What treatments help – or make your symptoms worse?
Find out how thousands of men, women and children with M.E. answered these and other questions on health and social care, education, employment and welfare benefits.
Where: Allen and Overy, One Bishops Square, Spitalfields, London E1 6AD
When: Tuesday 15 October 2019
We will launch results from our Big Survey, and share our plans for using them to inspire action and improve the lives of people with M.E. in the UK.
Plus you'll have a chance to:
This venue is fully accessible, and lunch will be provided, with dietary requirements catered for. A full agenda, with rest breaks, will be available very soon, along with a link to register your free place.
All are welcome, whether you are personally affected by M.E., have a professional interest, or simply want to find out more about the condition and Action for M.E.’s work.
We will be releasing a full agenda and free tickets closer to the event.
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