It’s tough to have ME. The exhaustion and pain are bad enough, but the illness is surrounded by ignorance and uncertainty, even among health professionals. There is no definitive diagnostic test and different therapies work for different people. Many specialists believe that ME is not a single entity and this adds to the confusion.
Dr Ruth Eardley, GP, attends Little Hill Church, Leicester
LOOKING BACK WITH ME:
Living for a quarter of a century with
the neuroimmune disorder ME
(Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) By Hazel Stapleton
Day One. 64 pages. £5 ISBN 978 1 846 255 823
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