By Valerie Eliot Smith in Law And Health.
“The history of ME remains one of the worst examples of unacknowledged institutional abuse in modern times.” ~ Valerie Eliot Smith 2019
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I cover a number of different topics and this is reflected in the sub-heading of this blog “Law and health; due process and civil society“. However, much of my research has been focused on issues facing the international community of people who live with the disease myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) – sometimes conflated incorrectly with the condition “chronic fatigue syndrome/CFS”.
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