Severe M.E. Information Pack


Severe M.E. is a cruel and physically disabling illness which wrecks the lives of thousands in the UK and millions worldwide. I know because it took my life for several years. One of my promises back then was to do all I could, when able, to help the Family and Friends of Severe M.E. Patients understand the nightmare that their loved ones are going through; what Patients and their Carers have to battle against every day, and how the understanding, support and compassion of Family and Friends can make such a dramatic difference to their speed of recovery. Hence this Blog and the writing of my 'Understanding Severe M.E. Information Pack'. I do so hope that both help guide you through the hellish maze that is Severe M.E.

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Autopsy recognises clear physical manifestation of ME

Worthwhile showing to any Doubting Thomases out there...Autopsies do not lie.

'UNDER the microscope, it could not have been clearer. Sophia Mirza’s brain and spinal fluid showed indisputable evidence of inflammation and cell death.
The discovery, by the neurologist Abhijit Chaudhuri and a neuropathologist colleague, marked the first time a serious abnormality confined to the central nervous system had been identified at the post-mortem examination of a patient whose principal diagnosis was chronic fatigue syndrome.
In turn, that ensured the 32-year-old became the first person in Britain to have the syndrome – also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis – recorded as the cause of her death.'

http://www.meassociation.org.uk/2007/04/sydey-morning-herald-april-12-autopsy-evidence/

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