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Michael Crawford talks about ME

Thursday 29 March 2012


From South Australia's 891 ABC Adelaide radio program:


Michael Crawford
Michael Crawford
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Michael Crawford

27/03/2012, 1:36 PM by John Thompson-Mills

Around eight years ago Michael Crawford began to wonder whether he would perform again.

The star of blockbuster musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera and Wizard of Oz, and the classic British TV comedy Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, had been struck down with Myalgic Encephalopathy which is a rare form of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

His condition got so bad he moved to Auckland where's he's lived for past five years.

But slowly but surely Michael Crawford is recovering and the recent release of his double CD "The Story of My Life" is a further step on that road of a career spanning more than 40 years.

Michael spoke with 891 Morning's Ian Henschke about ME and the slow return to full health.

Listen to the audio here.

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The above originally appeared here.



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