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gigi May 12
To kick off week with a bang, I’ve worked with other sufferers to do our best to create awareness. Please find our post below, and have a wonderful week!
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Sten Helmfrid May 12
The ME Association: What the research is telling us about the pathology of ME.
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A Londoner's London May 13
Listen to my its publication perfectly timed, as this is week. explores why I'm easily handling as for me & many other sufferers & people, it's just life as normal
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Shannon Emelia Apr 23
So this is my plan for today!
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Jess Brown Oct 24
Big shout out to all those who tread this fine line every day! You are warriors You are heros Keep fighting You are not alone
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Sabrina Poirier May 12
For the professionals who follow me, please take a moment today to learn more about on International Day. The link to the full article, written for is here:
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Fiestyfox72 (Lisa C ) May 31
I wear black today as it is the last day of m.e awareness month.. we wear black to represent all those who are suffering and have sadly passed away from this awful condition 💙🦋🖤🦋
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Dan Wyke May 15
"The virus is certainly causing lots of immunological changes in the body, lots of strange pathology that we don’t yet understand. This is a novel disease. And an outrageous one. The textbooks haven’t been written.” Except they have - on ME.
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Anoir Ben May 12
I joined the ! Will you do the same? Can you say Myalgic Encephalomyelitis? Nederlands: Myalgische Encefalomyelitis...
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Whitney Foxtail ♿🦊 May 7
I got a virus. I didn't die. But I never recovered. I am one of the Follow & and help us spread awareness leading up to Day on May 12
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becky Oct 24
I am having a wobble. Just realised that it will be exactly ten years on Monday since I first became ill. I was a teacher, & I loved my job! It was the 1st day of half-term holiday. Even though I woke up feeling unwell I still went into school (cont..)
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KT King May 17
Huge thank you to all the lovely kind book bloggers who helped raise this week & Little Eden Books
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Petra💎#AllTogetherWeBattle_ME🌐(It's not CFS) Aug 7
On this special day 💙 I know most of my Twitter friends for two years, feels like I know you all much longer! Thank you for being my friend! And to all my supportive followers thank you for showing you care for 😍🇳🇱🌷💞💕
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ItsME (Lucky) Nov 18
This. Thank you Jaime for all the hard work, research and awareness you are spreading... every. single. day. We see you 🦸🏻‍♀️♥️
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Lisa_Cat Oct 21
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Tom Kindlon Nov 1
Some strong words from Whitney Dafoe, who is very severely affected by ME/CFS Full article is here: "Awareness Starts With Us" (July 16)
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Not Just Tired Nov 17
First batch of “Joy In The Seasons” ME charity calendars posted this morning! ☺️💙 Supporting
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Laurel May 12
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Joanna No Banana Jun 5
Check out this beautiful artwork, including a series on 💛
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(In)Visible Disabilities at Keele May 2
ME is a chronic illness that is not often talked about. TO change that, here are some of the key facts relating to ME.
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