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Is there any local support for people with ME?

The ME Association can provide information and practical support through their website and Connect helpline (0844 576 5326). They also run a local support group at the Peter Street Community Centre that is held twice a month.

Action for Me has a useful website that provides a comprehensive collection of information (called Get Informed) about ME and living with the illness.

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