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Discussion of M.E. with Knowledgeable Patient Elizabeth Moncrieff following Film Screening of Unrest

Discussion of M.E. with Knowledgeable Patient Elizabeth Moncrieff following Film Screening of Unrest

I developed mild ME, in 1966 after a bout of flu during which I was hallucinating but once I had recovered and back at school various symptoms were dismissed as growing pains, laziness, mild infections, whilst other symptoms I put down to being unfit and/or just odd in the way that pins and needles and stiches are odd, and so never mentioned them.

At university I couldn’t stand the assault to the senses of discos and parties and couldn’t understand how anyone could find them to be fun. I loved current affairs politics, psychology and learning in general, but my memory was poor, however once I understood something I could reconstruct it and so I got a joint honours in Economics and Psychology.

To find out more visit: https://www.raggeduniversity.co.uk/2018/09/13/9th-oct-2018-film-screening-of-unrest-award-winning-documentary-on-m-e-followed-by-qa-with-knowledgeable-patient-by-elizabeth-moncrieff/

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