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Unrest Mar 11
We are elated to announce Unrest was recently named Best Documentary Feature Film at the third annual International Film Festival on Disability in Lyon, France.
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Simone 24 Jan 18
A cousin messaged me tonight to say that she watched on Netflix. She said she was sad to see what I'm going through. She said that I'm not forgotten, that she sees me, that I am not invisible. I cried.
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Peter Tatchell Apr 7
Patients with ME are demanding justice. There are political, social & medical issues surrounding the trial. READ:
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M.E. myself and I 11 Nov 17
I used to have 'good' minutes, then 'good' hours, and now I can have whole mornings/afternoons or even 'good' days. I must remember that. Slow progress is better than no progress
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Emily ◟̽◞̽🕯️💎 25 Nov 17
Finally watched and it was incredibly honest and heartbreaking but reassuring knowing that there are people who working on this illness and who believe us. If you have time please watch it.
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Steve Topple Aug 22
CALLING ALL THE : "The UK’s General Medical Council just threw 250,000 disabled people under a bus" The have snubbed hundreds of complaints about . So here's my response. WARNING: not for the faint-hearted
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Jennifer Brea Oct 29
How cool! Thank you for what was one of the most perceptive, thought-provoking interviews I’ve ever had. So glad could screen at a human rights film festival in Lithuania.
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Unrest Mar 4
“‘I don’t know’ is where discovery starts.” -- Jennifer Brea 2019 is the 10-year anniversary of the TED Fellows program. Unrest director ’s TED Talk in 2016 is featured in the TED Fellows highlights reel!
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Nevra Elis A. Jul 5
Wow, after our meeting changed their website already! At least M.E & post extertional malaise are mentioned. This is an accomplishment! It's far from perfect but we'll continue to work together to spread awareness!
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hank sturgis 10 Jan 18
There’s a very active reddit discussion going on right now on r/documertaries, which has more than 12.7 million subscribers. Good time to drive traffic there to upvote and comment.
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linnea therese 20 Jan 18
I’m in tears from watching Unrest on Netflix. The most moving documentary I have seen in a long time. Everyone should se it.
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A Londoner's London Aug 16
Totally beaten by today. takes hours, The barriers to moving like , , infrequent all too much. If I had a bed would crawl into it, as it is, just stuck where I am.
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Uncle B 23 Jan 18
I post often about because my wife has dealt with it for yrs. Few know how life-altering it can be. If anything, pls help those afflicted via this petition that demands fund ME research fairly & equally. And say DONE! TY
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ME/CFS News 31 Oct 17
Replying to @MECFSNews
From my angle, it looks like a lot like millions of patients were denied medical care & advances of 30 years of research.
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Ilona Dougherty 15 Jan 18
Finally had a chance to watch . Beautiful, moving, important. Take the time to watch it.
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Fran WH May 12
We’re making the from society due to visible on . Great turn out in Manchester, UK 👠👟👞😎👍🏼 We need better awareness, more biomedical research, and equal access to care for .
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Nat💎 14 Nov 17
Looking to speak to people w experience of 'pervasive refusal syndrome' diagnosis or similar after not getting better from ME or withdrawing from treatment. I don't have to publish your story and can keep anon otherwise. Pls get in touch
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Debra Guckenheimer 8 Jan 18
Thanks for challenging the way in which women with illness are treated.
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Athanasia Mowinckel 22 Jan 18
Watched with SO that has and there was so much relating, tears, and even some laughter. Its so much our lives, and those we know who suffer's loves. It's so bold and truthful, and makes me want to shout in anger for all the injustice.
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Neglected Chronic Illnesses Foundation Apr 30
"It never occurred to me that one day I would get sick and never get better."
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