"We have a growing recognition and a growing investment in conditions such as Alzheimer's, but conditions such as ME are not so readily recognised or invested in" says Ana Palazon, Chair of the Wales Neurological Alliance.
"We want parity and equity of recognition and services for all conditions."
More top news
Six men have appeared in court charged in connection with a serious fraud investigation into a football apprenticeship scheme company.
A schoolboy from Pontypool has told ITV Cymru Wales about his hopes to become Formula One's first deaf racing driver.
The UK Government is in 'intensive talks' with Tata Steel to ensure the sale of its UK assets is a 'serious sales process', the PM has said.