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An Ex-Professional Ballet Dancer Is Using His Art For The 'Millions Missing'

Monday 21 May 2018

 

From The Canary:

 

Anil van der Zee
Anil van der Zee
 

An ex-professional ballet dancer is using his art for the ‘millions missing’

By Steve Topple
May 19, 2018
© Canary Media Limited 2015-18. All rights reserved.

An ex-professional ballet dancer is using his art to raise awareness of a chronic disease. It’s one that affects around 17 million people worldwide, including him.

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Sri Lankan born and Dutch bred ex-ballet dancer Anil van der Zee [website; Twitter] has been supporting this campaign. After a viral infection ended his career in 2007, van der Zee was later diagnosed with ME. But even though the disease has left him incapacitated for much of the time, he’s now using his love of art to raise awareness of ME. So, The Canary caught up with van der Zee, to discuss the millions of missing people, ME, and how one disease changed his life forever.

 

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