By Jo Moss in A Journey Through The Fog.
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) is an incredibly isolating and debilitating condition but I don’t want your sympathy, that’s not why I’m writing this piece. All we (the M.E. community) ask is for understanding and education. We want to be taken seriously by medical professionals and for funding to be made available to research this devastating condition. M.E. has been recognised as a neurological disease by the World Health Organisation (WHO) since 1969, so why do so many medical professionals still deny it exists? It’s estimated that 17 million people worldwide suffer from M.E. How many more have to suffer before action is taken?
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My Story – Living with Severe M.E.
My name is Jo Moss, I’m 44 years old, I live in Norwich (UK) and I have been missing for 13+ years.
Like millions of others – I live my life from one darkened room, I rely on carers for even my basic needs and I feel isolated from the outside world.
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