It’s an absurd mischaracterization."
- Laura Hillenbrand, Bestselling author of Seabiscuit
By John Herd
Something very unique has been taking place in the chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME) community and it reached a magnificent crescendo in September.
For a lucky group of people who have CFS/ME the isolation that the illness can impose has been lessened by an idea Alison Petty had two years ago. She has been living with the illness for the past ten years, but is currently improving significantly after having had a severe CFS/ME relapse three years ago. Alison created an Internet based organization and web site she named the Brainfog Association
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