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The History of M.E. /CFS from the American Civil War ending in 1865 to the present described by multiple physicians including:

-- Dr. Francis Dercum, physician to the President of the USA, Woodrow Wilson, 

-- Dr. William Osler, Canadian born, co-founder of Johns Hopkins Medical School.

The diagnoses differing M.E. from CFS, 

M.E.’s historic relation to Poliomyelitis. 

M.E. epidemics beginning with the world’s first major Polio epidemic in 1905.

The usefulness of Segami brain maps to demonstrate the degree of an M.E. patient’s chronic encephalitic illness, clearly indicating why M.E. patients have rapid long-term memory and muscle exhaustion, following even modest intellectual or physical activity.

The 18 serious cascading illnesses that occur regularly in patients who fall ill with M.E. This has never been previously mentioned in any other book. These are illnesses, you and your physician should know about, many which can be treated. 

The 12 significant potentiators that make M.E. worse

The previously almost unmentioned South East Asian epidemics of M.E. and Polio following enteroviral infections that began in 1989, or earlier in North America continuing today, leaving tens of thousands, possibly millions with M.E., Polio, paralysis or death and chronic disease. This is the same epidemic which has been associated with the Europe and North America pan-epidemic disease that began in 1984.

The dangerous overlapping hybrid Polio/M.E occurring with the New Polios in the USA, Canada and the UK, (known in the USA as Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) / also termed Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) by WHO), increasingly obvious since 1990

How I believe the insurance industry has manipulated physicians, everywhere, including the UK and North America in order to disqualify disabled M.E. and CFS patients their just disability pensions.

Important and unbelievably devastating patient histories

This is just a few of the 22 chapters in Understanding Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.