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LETTER Re: Invest in ME's plans for better care (Norwich Evening News, 26 April 2011)

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by drjohn, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. drjohn

    drjohn Senior Member

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    LETTER Re: Better care for ME is a step closer in Norfolk (Norwich Evening News, 26 April 2011)

    PERMISSION TO FORWARD, USE IN NEWSLETTERS AND RE POST ON FACEBOOK PAGES

    To read a letter from Dr John Greensmith
    click http://mefreeforall.org/wp/re-bette...n-norfolk-norwich-evening-news-26-april-2011/

    Any letters in response should be sent to e-mail address
    eveningnewsletters@archant.co.uk

    Please write and/or leave a comment under the article urging support for Invest in ME's plans - unless, of course, you want more of the same.

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  2. Enid

    Enid Senior Member

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    Already a supporter drjohn (for years now and all the Conferences). Thanks for posting - just to say what marvellous work they have done over the years for us all.
     
  3. drjohn

    drjohn Senior Member

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    Widely shared view, Enid. I hope they achieve all they hope for here.
     
  4. Glynis Steele

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    Here is the link for this piece. I notice it says "Mr Simpson said that one of the reasons why Norwich was so well-placed to undertake research into the condition was because of its expertise in the area of human gut physiology, as there was some evidence that this was an area which could be linked to the causes of ME." Glad to see the gut is being looked into, but you know me and gut stuff!

    http://www.eveningnews24.co.uk/news/better_care_for_me_is_a_step_closer_in_norfolk_1_875919

    Glynis x
     
  5. Enid

    Enid Senior Member

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    Much appreciated all your posts on the Gut Glynis - it's the "hot" topic ! with K de M and Chia (enteroviruses) both at the London 20th May Conference again with many other experts. You've certainly helped me understand and cope with some of it's beastliness.
     

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