Ted Van Zelst has died. Most patients have little or no idea of how incredibly important he is in the history of CFS. I got to know him well when working with him in the early years of CFS advocacy. I got CFS in 1970, so my perspective is unusually broad, but I hate to think of how bad things would be now if it wasn't for all of Ted and his wife Louann's excellent efforts on behalf of all of us.
Hillary Johnson has written in memoriam to him on her blog at:
Please read it. I left a comment there, and I'd like to ask everybody to also leave condolences and comments . I will forward them to Louann Van Zelst.
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