Second Video on M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) by Prof. Jason of DePaul University

Dr. Leonard Jason of DePaul University in Chicago, has another video out that is as important or even more important than the first in my post, “New Video on M.E. (myalgic encephalomyelitis) Research by Prof. Jason of DePaul University.”

In this 2nd video, Dr Jason speaks about the “stigma” of M.E.  He explains it so clearly, that anyone not familiar at all with M.E., can understand the extreme and totally different fatigue suffered by M.E. patients as compared to a person who does not have M.E., and how they are viewed by the general public.

It’s only 9 minutes; but a very important 9 minutes for all M.E. sufferers and their family and friends and, yes, their employers as well.

A person with M.E. (child, teenager, young adult or middle-aged) realizes suffering in every facet of life; not only physically and medically, but also in all social, family and economic areas as well.

Please watch this video.  Thank you.

 

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