Michael Oldmeadow

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Michael Oldmeadow, M.D., is a family practice/GP from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, with a particular interest in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. He is the Head of Service of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic at Alfred Health, Victoria, Australia.[1]

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  • 2009, Chronic fatigue syndrome in The Australian: "According to Oldmeadow, Australia's lack of a plan to treat the illness on a broad scale denies sufferers treatment that would improve the quality of their lives significantly. He claims the need for an adult version of the Austin's adolescent unit is acute: "It's been shown time and time again that using an inpatient facility to treat CFS, like they do in the UK, can help."[2]

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