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Advice for nurses of the severe ME patient

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Countrygirl, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. Countrygirl

    Countrygirl ᗩᑎᑎIᙓ ᘜᔕᗩᙏᑭᙓᒪ

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    http://documentingme.net/2014/04/15/advice-for-nurses-working-with-severe-me-patients/

     
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    Thats just an astonishing read, for me. How amazing.

    Its like its on another planet - so far removed it is of my experiences.

    I sometimes look at the UK Cancer ads on TV. Particularly the one where they dramatically all fall down in slow motion and then the NHS nurses rush to them and catch them all.

    With M.E. you are left to fall, told its your fault, kicked, stepped on and over and finally ignored lol. That would make a truthful depiction for an M.E. T.V. ad.

    A big thankyou to those compassionate, caring and pioneering nurses.
     

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