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Posted Jan 27 2010 6:52am
M.E. is all over the news today. So glad to see that the subject matter is being given the serious reporting it deserves. However, instead of discussing the niceties and legalities of assisted suicide, what they should be asking is why a young woman was allowed to lie and rot in that bed for 17 years with no proper medical care. Perhaps now the country will see how medically neglected sufferers of M.E. are. The psychiatric element has claimed this illness for their own vested interests and as such those who are suspected of having the illness in the UK are DELIBERATELY given inappropriate testing and treatment. Doctors are advised NOT to test for the very things that will show the biological damage that exists. Damage to the heart, brain, spine and nervous system. A simple tilt table test would show how our heart and circulation is impaired but this is one of the very tests doctors are advised NOT to administer.

The corruption goes very deep so deep that in fact there are secret MRC files on M.E. held at the UK Government National Archives at Kew. These files contain records and correspondence dating back to at least 1988 (which is the period when M.E was given psychiatric status in the UK, despite the fact that it was and is classified by the WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO) as a NEUROLOGICAL disesase and has been seen as a distinct illness since the 1930's). Initally closed until 2023, this period has now been extended to 2071. The normal closure period is 30 years. Curious?

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATID=-5475665&CATLN=7&Highlight=&FullDetails=True&j=1

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATID=7769707&CATLN=6&Highlight=&FullDetails=True&j=1

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATID=7798595&CATLN=6&Highlight=&FullDetails=True&j=1
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