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If my team’s research on ME is rejected, the patients will suffer | Peter White

Sufferers of chronic fatigue syndrome have been neglected too long. But our Pace trials show the right talking and exercise therapies can make a real difference Chronic fatigue syndrome – sometimes called ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) – is a sad tale for everyone involved. It is a debilitating illness that affects about 250,000 children and adults in the UK alone, wrecking lives as people are unable to hold down a job and are sometimes left bed-bound for years on end.
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