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Bob Dylan's 'Blowin' In The Wind' Has Been Re-Imagined For The 'Millions Missing': Part Two

Monday 14 May 2018


From The Guardian Australia:


Millions Missing

Bob Dylan’s ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’ has been re-imagined for the ‘millions missing’: Part Two

By Steve Topper
13 May 2018
© Canary Media Limited 2015-18. All rights reserved.

An author and campaigner who transformed a Bob Dylan classic into a song for millions of chronically ill people believes that only once a major medical scandal is fully exposed can the answers people are looking for be found.

This is part two of a two part article. You can read part one here.

Part one explored the motivation behind campaigner and writer Robert Saunders releasing a rearrangement and reimagining of the Dylan standard Blowin’ in the Wind. Called A song for ME. It has been released in support of the objectives of the #MillionsMissing campaign.

A debilitating disease

The campaign is about myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, commonly referred to as ME/CFS or ME, a chronic systemic neuroimmune disease. At least 17 million people worldwide are thought to be living with ME; in the UK, it is around 250,000. Saunders’ A song for ME discusses the challenges facing the community:


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