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Looking back with ME: Living for a quarter of a century with the neuroimmune disorder ME Paperback – 30 Jun 2017
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... I appreciated reading Hazel s witness to the Lord s grace ... I trust the information given about ME may open the eyes of people to take this condition seriously. --Rev John Thackaway Holywell Evangelical Church
... It isn t cheerful to read about a chronic illness ... Yet Hazel is a Christian and is clear that she has a hope greater than this life. Of course, this book is of relevance to people with ME, but also to those who have been given many years of good health. It is easy to moan and forget to be thankful for this gift. --Sarah Jones Former Consultant Physician
About the Author
Hazel Stapleton is originally from North Somerset. She was diagnosed with ME in 1991. Since then her health has deteriorated, and she is now house-bound and most of the time bed-bound. Hazel lives with her parents in County Down, Northern Ireland.
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I have a copy of this book in its original format and would highly commend it to anyone who wishes to come to a better understanding of ME1 July 2017
I have known the author of this book and her parents for many years and have seen the way that Hazel has suffered with and struggled with ME, made more severe by the fact that so little recognition has been given to the illness within the medical fraternity. It has therefore been a two pronged battle for her, against the illness itself, and against the medical profession's reluctance to recognise and deal with ME as a distinct illness. I have a copy of this book in its original format and would highly commend it to anyone who wishes to come to a better understanding of ME. From her long years of struggling with ME, Hazel gives some very practical advice to those who may know someone, or caring for someone with ME.