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ME recognition & care 'lacking'

People with the condition ME in Wales say they suffer from an absence of specialist care, and have found a lack of sympathy and knowledge in the NHS and social services. The Welsh Government has admitted progress has not been universal around Wales.

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People with ME 'pushed to the back and ignored'

People with the neurological condition ME say there are no specialist services for them in Wales, and they have found found a lack of sympathy or knowledge in the NHS and social services here.

Michelle Penny is 28 and from Dinas Powys in the Vale of Glamorgan.

She describes how her "day-to-day life is really difficult", and that she has been "pushed to the back and ignored".

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