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'Invisible Disease' Of Fibromyalgia – Campaigner Fighting For A Change In The Law

Thursday 21 December 2017


From UK newspaper The Northern Echo:


Alison Morton and James Campbell
CAMPAIGN: Alison Morton, pictured with her boyfriend
James Campbell, will be taking her campaign to
Parliament in the new year

'Invisible disease' of Fibromyalgia – campaigner fighting for a change in the law

By Graeme Hetherington
Chief Reporter (Tees Valley)
19th December 2017
© Copyright 2001-2017.

A DARLINGTON woman is taking her fight to get an ‘invisible disease’ recognised as a disability in UK law to Parliament.

Twenty-nine-year-old Alison Morton, who is chairman of the Longbenton-based Newcastle Fibromyalgia Support Group, will join a team of people next month to speak to MPs about the need for funding and research into the condition.

“We are going to speak to MPs about the desperate need for more funding, research, recognition, support and education with regards to Fibromyalgia,” she said.


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