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Special Report: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Tuesday 6 February 2018


From US news outlet NewsChannel 6


Derek Gibbin
Jennie Montgomery with Marcie

SPECIAL REPORT: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Jennie Montgomery
February 5, 2018
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AUGUSTA, Ga.(WJBF) ;— Look for my full report coming up Thursday, Feb. 8th on NewsChannel 6 at 6:00 & 11:00pm.

Monday, Feb. 5th: Meet Marcie, a patient and advocate for research dollars going to CFS.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a mysterious and debilitating illness that strikes suddenly. For many years, a viewer named Marcie has emailed me often to try to raise awareness about an illness that is not recognized by mainstream medical professionals. It seemed so far-fetched… I had three babies under age 3, and I worked at WJBF fulltime – I mean, I was tired for years! And that is one of the biggest hurdles: the name, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, “invokes its own perpetual self-harm,” as one blogger put it, because it sounds more like complaining, than a condition.


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