Your readers may be familiar, some at first hand, with the considerable challenges faced by those affected by the chronic disabling condition myalgic encephalomyelitis (M.E.).
That’s why our booklet, ‘Newly diagnosed with M.E.’, shares key information and advice about the diagnosis, symptoms and management of M.E. Endorsed by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), it empowers patients to be an active partner in their own care.
Developed in consultation with healthcare professionals and our patient and carer reference group, the booklet is designed to be shared with your GP and can be downloaded for free at www.actionforme.org.uk or ordered by calling Action for M.E. on 0117 927 9551.
Chief executive, Action for M.E., 42 Temple Street, Keynsham BS31 1EH
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