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"ME/CFS Alert" TV show debuts with Dr. Enlander

Wednesday 29 June 2011

From ProHealth:

 

ProHealth“ME/CFS Alert” TV show debuts with Dr. Enlander

The first segment of a new Web-based TV show - "ME/CFS Alert", hosted by Llewellyn King and Deborah Waroff - is an interview with Dr. Derek Enlander, MD, a pioneering researcher in nutritional and antiviral therapies for chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and fibromyalgia. Dr. Enlander practices in New York City and sees patients during regular visits to the UK. “ME/CFS Alert” can be accessed on the You Tube Channel LIMFIL88.


 

Llewellyn King is a Washington, DC- based columnist and host of the weekly news & public affairs TV program White House Chronicle.

Deborah Waroff is a New York-based writer and securities analyst who has been ill with ME/CFS for 22 years.

"ME/CFS Alert" segments will also soon be accessible at the website of Llewellyn King’s show – "White House Chronicle." (www.whchronicle.com)

King’s interest in reporting on ME/CFS deepened after an article he wrote in April 2011 ("Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Lives Interrupted") drew an overwhelming response from ME/CFS advocates all over the world. At the time, he commented:

"In more than 50 years of reporting, I've never experienced so many people so misunderstood and abandoned by society and many doctors. I've worked on three continents and reported from around the world, but never have I had a response like the one I've had from writing about ME/CFS."

 

The above originally appeared here.

 


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