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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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Jack Croxall 27 Oct 17
Last night I saw + Q&A with . Wonderful, heart-wrenching film. My thoughts here:
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Eleanor Dryden 22 Oct 17
Incredible film making, and a necessary film
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Mo Schoenfeld Dec 4
Just saw the Sundance award-winning film which focuses on the millions suffering w/ . Very moving, informative, often shocking & it opened my eyes wide to this debilitating condition
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Simone Jan 24
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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hank sturgis Jan 10
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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Peter Tatchell Apr 7
Patients with ME are demanding justice. There are political, social & medical issues surrounding the trial. READ:
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Chris Evans MP 24 Oct 17
Attended today's viewing of the film Unrest - a must watch. The condition ME urgently needs more research funding
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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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Uncle B Jan 23
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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🌹 Witch, Hunting 💀 Jan 15
Whether or not you think you know anything about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I urge you to watch on Netflix. It's beautifully made and incredibly eye-opening. CFS is not what I thought it was.
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Fatigo_MECFS Sep 14
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Dragonflies & Dreams May 7
is a severe, debilitating chronic neuro-immune disease with more than 60 symptoms that worsen after even minimal physical, emotional or mental activity, but do not improve with rest. ME is NOT just "feeling tired".
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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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Hannah🐝 Jan 17
Unrest, a New Documentary Now on Netflix, Unpacks What Chronic Disease Means for Us All - Vogue
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Gregor McAbery Jan 30
Tonight we are at the Scottish Parliament for an event linked to the new ME film Unrest Here is the linked P&J story
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Sally Burch May 23
Congratulations - and thank you for your determination to expose the harsh realities that ME patients face with the current psycho-social approaches to ME treatment.
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Workwell Foundation May 31
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Ilona Dougherty Jan 15
Finally had a chance to watch . Beautiful, moving, important. Take the time to watch it.
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Debra Guckenheimer Jan 8
Thanks for challenging the way in which women with illness are treated.
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