31 Oct 2019

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M.E. from the Male Perspective

I have noticed an increase in enquiries from male M.E. sufferers, therefore I’d like to discuss chronic illness from the male perspective. Statistically, M.E. affects more women than men, and in addition, men are more reluctant to talk about their health. Two years ago, an anonymous friend of mine agreed to share his experience with us. His open and honest article is entitled The Invisible Man, and you can read an extract of it in this month’s Blog Post. I encourage male M.E. sufferers to share their experiences with each other, or to get in touch with organisations if they need support and guidance.

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7 Nov 2019
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3 Nov 2019
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M.E. from the Male Perspective
14 Sep 2019
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30 Jul 2019
New ME & FM Article
20 Jul 2019
CMRC Meeting Summary
21 Jun 2019
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News

7 Nov 2019
ME/CFS Biomedical Partnership
3 Nov 2019
M.E. Organisations
1 Nov 2019
Badges Back In Stock
31 Oct 2019
M.E. from the Male Perspective
14 Sep 2019
Forward-ME
30 Jul 2019
New ME & FM Article
20 Jul 2019
CMRC Meeting Summary
21 Jun 2019
New Article Published