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ME affects four times as many women as men. Is that why we’re still disbelieved? | Nathalie Wright

Sexism is part of the reason why people with ME struggle to get diagnosed and treated. We need more funding for research into this disabling condition Today friends and families of people with ME are taking to the streets of cities around the world to call for more funding for medical research and education about ME. I am joining them at the London demonstration of the Millions Missing campaign, outside the Department of Health.
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