The Chronic Collaboration

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The Chronic Collaboration was founded in August 2021 to advocate for improved treatment of chronically ill patients including people with ME/CFS, and against the use of psychologization.[1][2] It was created in response to "the recent refusal of NICE to publish the much awaited ME/CFS guideline" and to protest about this, as well as "the years of medical neglect & mistreatment" patients have experienced.[3]

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