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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Sufferer Considered Euthanasia After Lack Of Help From NHS

Tuesday 7 January 2020

Please note: This article contains references to death. If you have feelings of helplessness, or of suicidal thoughts, seek help immediately. Lifeline is an excellent starting point: Lifeline – Suicide Prevention resources and links.


From Scottish newspaper the Scottish Daily Record:


Eileen Munro
Eileen Munro believes not enough is being done
to help people whose lives have been devastated by ME.

Chronic fatigue syndrome sufferer considered euthanasia after lack of help from NHS

Eileen Munro suffers from ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) and believes not enough is being done to help people like her.

By Marcello Mega
28 December 2019
© 2020 Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd.

These photos show the shocking deterioration caused by chronic fatigue syndrome.

And sufferer Eileen Munro believes not enough is being done to help people like her, whose lives have been devastated by ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis).

She is demanding NHS Scotland provides services fit to cope with the 21,000 people who have the much-misunderstood condition.

Eileen, 56, from Edinburgh, has suffered constant fatigue and often intense pain for more than two decades and says she has had little support from NHS Scotland.

She believes that with so many people affected, Scotland needs a centre of excellence to tackle the symptoms and improve the lives of sufferers.


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