Stanchi: Vivere con la Sindrome da Fatica Cronica

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Stanchi: Vivere con la Sindrome da Fatica Cronica
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Editor Giada Da Ros
Country Italy
Language Italian
Subject Biography, personal experience
Genre Medical
Publisher SBC Edizioni
Publication date
2012
Media type print
Pages 250
ISBN 978-8863472776

Stanchi: Vivere con la Sindrome da Fatica Cronica[1] (Weary: Living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), edited by Giada Da Ros, is an Italian collection of personal essays written by patients living with CFS/ME. The foreword is by Dr. Umberto Tirelli.

Synopsis[edit]

"CFS: the good news is that you do not die... the bad news is that you do not die." —Blake Edwards

A journey to discover myalgic encephalomyelitis, or chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Giada Da Ros, graduated in Law, journalist, and president of the Italian CFS Association has collected a number of touching testimonials from patients who tell their own relationship with this still largely unknown disease in our country. The foreword is written by Umberto Tirelli.

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References[edit]

  1. Da Ros, Giada, ed. (2012), Stanchi: Vivere con la Sindrome da Fatica Cronica, Ravenna: SBC Edizioni, ISBN 978-8863472776 


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