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Belle And Sebastian Singer Says ME Turned His Life Upside Down

Tuesday 15 May 2018


From the BBC Scotland:


Stuart Murdoch
Belle and Sebastian founder Stuart Murdoch
has been living with ME since 1990.

Belle and Sebastian singer says ME turned his life upside down

12 May 2018
Copyright © 2018 BBC.

Belle and Sebastian lead singer Stuart Murdoch has called on people with ME to make a noise about the condition.

The founder of the Brit Award-winning Scottish indie band is one of at least 20,000 Scots living with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME).

He is leading the campaign for better research into the disease, often known as chronic fatigue syndrome.

A rally in Edinburgh called for more action to tackle the devastating impact of the little-understood condition.

ME is a neuro-immune disease which causes profound and disabling ill-health.

The event is one of more than 60 being held across the world calling for more research and better education for healthcare professionals.


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