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How Sporty, Active Sarah's Life Changed When ME Struck

Friday 13 April 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Loughborough Echo:

 

Sarah and Andy Reed
Sarah is pictured here with her husband,
former Loughborough MP Andy Reed.
 

How sporty, active Sarah’s life changed when ME struck

A former speech and language therapist, Sarah was in her mid-twenties when she was diagnosed with the illness in 1996. She made a near full recovery, but five years ago suffered a relapse.

By Andy Rush, Editor
Thursday 12 April 2018
© 2018 Trinity Mirror Midlands

SARAH Reed, the wife of former Loughborough MP Andy Reed, has talked publicly for the first time about the chronic illness that left her so exhausted she could not get out of bed – even when she thought their house was being burgled.

Sarah was speaking ahead of a screening of a highly acclaimed documentary in the town next month.

The film, Unrest, which was shortlisted for an Oscar, highlights the devastating and life-changing effect Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) has on the lives of patients and their loved ones.

 

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