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.[1]

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."[1]

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  1. Jamison Writes (blog) 
  2. "Click here to support Jamison Hill: Medical/Homecare Fund organized by Mary de Rosas". gofundme.com. Retrieved Aug 10, 2018. 
  3. Hill, Jamison Graham (Feb 10, 2017), "Dear anti-Trump protesters: don't forget those of us with disabilities", VOX, Washington, DC and New York, NY (US) 
  4. Hill, Jamison Graham (Apr 24, 2017), "I'm not 'addicted' to my smartphone. I depend on it to survive", Los Angeles Times (USA) 
  5. Hill, Jamison Graham (Jun 21, 2017), "I'm a disabled person, and Siri changed my life. Then I lost the ability to speak.", Mic Network (USA) 
  6. Hill, Jamison Graham (May 25, 2018), "Love Means Never Having to Say … Anything", The New York Times 
  7. Hill, Jamison (Jan 4, 2012). The Optimal Balance Plan: Transform Your Body, Find Sustainable Fitness, Improve Your Life. lulu.com. ISBN 9781105273261. 
  8. "Share your Story: Jamison Hill". The Blue Ribbon Foundation. Jul 29, 2016. Retrieved Aug 10, 2018. 
  9. "Support Jamison Hill and ME/CFS Awareness". www.teezily.com. Retrieved Aug 10, 2018. 
  10. "Sometimes You Go To California • Stephanie Land". Stephanie Land. Nov 17, 2016. Retrieved Aug 10, 2018. 

Myalgic encephalomyelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome, often used when both illnesses are considered the same.

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