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Running To Raise Awareness

Tuesday 10 April 2018

 

From Australian newspaper the Shepparton News:

 

Sharleen Bachelor and Georgie Dodson
Shepparton ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and
Fibromyalgia support group assistant, Sharleen Bachelor
and convenor, Georgie Dodson with Assistant dog, Carina.
[Photo: Colton Davies]
 

Running to raise awareness

By Madeleine Caccianiga
April 9, 2018
© Copyright McPherson Media Group 2018

Shepparton chronic fatigue sufferers have joined forces and will take part in a weekly parkrun event ahead of a national awareness day next month.

The Shepparton Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia support group will join the weekly Shepparton Parkrun in the run-up to next month’s National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day.

Shepparton’s Georgie Dodson knows all to well the effects chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia can have on a person’s life.

‘‘Chronic fatigue syndrome is an illness that affects a person’s nervous system and, unfortunately, fibromyalgia is likely to follow bringing down muscle stiffness and pain. Some days you just can’t make it to everyday activities,’’ Mrs Dodson said.

 

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