Margaret Williams

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Margaret Williams is a pseudonym for a patient advocate who used to work in the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom in a senior clinical capacity until severe myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) put an end to her career. She has written extensively about ME, often in collaboration with Professor Malcolm Hooper. For professional and personal reasons she does not wish her own name to be in the public domain. Her articles illustrate how the "Wessely School" have ignored the biomedical science on ME/CFS for almost 30 years.

A catalogue of over 330 articles by Margaret Williams and Professor Malcolm Hooper and others may be found here.[1]

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  1. "Articles on ME/CFS by Margaret Williams and Prof Malcolm Hooper and others". www.margaretwilliams.me. Retrieved Oct 14, 2018. 

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