Friday, March 4, 2016

Forgotten Plague

Beyond tired

March 10, Forgotten Plague


This article was published on .

Chronic fatigue syndrome (myalgic encephalomyelitis) is not a well understood disease. It's much worse than the name suggests. This is not about simply feeling tired all the time. Rather, it embodies the inability to exert energy, muscle pain, unrefreshing sleep and even cognitive problems. Forgotten Plague is a documentary that explores this disease. It includes a combination of scientific data and anecdotes by those afflicted with it. Director Ryan Prior has experience with the subject—he was diagnosed with the disease in 2006. As such, he has a deep understanding of its intensity, and brings much of his own story to the film.$12; 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 10, at the Tower Theatre, 2508 Land Park Drive,


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1 comment:


U.S. Government invented the silly name "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)" in 1988 to cover-up the 1984 "Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)" outbreak that occurred in NV -- not far from two Air Force Bases -- just before Gulf War 1. To this day, all Gulf War Syndrome patients are ICD-coded "CFS" and/or FMS (FibroMyalgia Syndrome). Don't be fooled --> these sham illnesses are so well understood that they're censored.

13+ years of perfectly-cited research (books, documentaries, interviews w/ scientists, medical journal citations, etc.) including my federal testimony -->

Or simply google "CFS STRAIGHT TALK"