Jamison Hill

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Jamison Graham Hill is an author and, prior to becoming stricken with severe myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), a bodybuilder and certified personal trainer. He is featured in the 2015 documentary, Forgotten Plague, by Ryan Prior and Nicole Castillo. In addition to writing a book on fitness, he has written articles for Ultra-FIT, Physique Magazine, ExtraFit Magazine, World Physique Magazine, and Inside Fitness.[1]

Hill first became ill with ME in 2010 following a case of mononucleosis in his senior year of college at Sonoma State.[2] His health gradually declined until he was bedridden and unable to speak or eat solid food. Slowly, his health is now improving.[3]

Hill's blog, Jamison Writes began as a fitness blog. After a three and a half year hiatus due to illness, Hill is continuing his blog, now writing about his experiences as a patient with ME. He states: "This site is dedicated to Jamison’s journey to regain his health and help others realize the seriousness of his disease and the devastation it causes."[4]

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  • June 21, 2017 - "I'm a disabled person, and Siri changed my life. Then I lost the ability to speak." in Mic
  • April 24, 2017, "I'm not 'addicted' to my smartphone. I depend on it to survive" in the Los Angeles Times
  • Feb 10, 2017, "Dear anti-Trump protesters: don’t forget those of us with disabilities" by Jamison Hill in VOX:
    "Between 3 million and 5 million people took to the streets as part of the Women's March the day after Donald Trump's inauguration. And on January 28 and 29, thousands of people descended on airports throughout the nation to protest Trump's 'Muslim ban'. I was not one of the protesters. I have myalgic encephalomyelitis (or chronic fatigue syndrome), a disease that has left me bedridden and unable to speak full sentences for the past two years, more than a year of which I was unable to eat, tolerate light, elevate my head, or laterally move my limbs. I am one of the disabled who cannot march. I can't even attend a demonstration in a wheelchair..."[5]

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