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Rows Of Empty Shoes Will Represent Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Sufferers At Millions Missing

Tuesday 27 September 2016

 

From UK newspaper the Oxford Mail:

 

Zoe Williams
Zoë Williams, who lives in Stanford in the Vale near
Wantage, was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
when she was 13, and has spent most of her life in bed.
She is now 40.
 

Rows of empty shoes outside the Radcliffe Camera, Oxford will represent Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers at Millions Missing

By Pete Hughes
Monday 26 September 2016
©Copyright 2001-2015

MORE than a hundred pairs of shoes will be lined up outside the Radcliffe Camera in Oxford tomorrow [Tuesday 27 September] to represent sufferers unable to attend a demonstration to raise awareness for one of the most debilitating and least understood conditions of our time.

The Millions Missing protest at midday on Tuesday will aim to kickstart a national conversation about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), a condition which can leave sufferers housebound for decades but is still almost a complete mystery.

More than 100 Oxfordshire sufferers who would love to attend and show their support will not be able to: instead, as with similar events taking place across the world today, they will ask friends or family to take an item of clothing to represent them.

Among those who will be sending a pair of shoes is Zoë Williams from Stanford in the Vale near Wantage.

 

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