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Fremantle's Landmarks Turn Blue For Millions Missing

Monday 6 May 2019


From the City of Fremantle:


Blue Round House

(3/5/2019) Freo’s landmarks turn blue for Millions Missing

Media release , Festivals and events
3 May 2019
© 2019 City of Fremantle.

Fremantle Prison, the Round House cliffs, Victoria Hall and Moore's Building will be illuminated blue next Sunday night to draw attention towards a devastating disease affecting millions of people across the globe.

On 12 May, Fremantle will join over 75 cities worldwide for the #MillionsMissing global day of action campaign to raise awareness for myalgic encephalomyelitis, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome or ME/CFS.

Fremantle Councillor Rachel Pemberton, whose sister has the illness, said ME/CFS caused dysfunction of the brain, immune system, endocrine system and energy metabolism systems.

“This chronic disease leaves about 25 percent of patients housebound or bedbound, and an estimated 75 per cent unable to work,” Councillor Pemberton said.

“There are millions of people of suffering from this debilitating disease and, unfortunately, there’s still a significant shortfall in knowledge about the condition.

“The #MillionsMissing global campaign fights for all those people missing from their very own lives and hopes to increase government funding for research, clinical trials, medical education and public awareness.”

As part of the City’s involvement in the #MillionsMissing campaign, Fremantle Library will also screen the powerful and informative documentary film Unrest at 12.30pm on Wednesday 8 May.


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