ME sufferer says research should be on physical symptoms

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A group of scientists working on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or ME, say they are being subjected to a campaign of abuse and intimidation that is hampering their work.

Researchers have received death threats and been subjected to a series of complaints alleging personal and professional misconduct.

Quentin Cruse has had ME for 25 years and told Radio 5 live Breakfast that more research should be on the physical symptoms.

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