Here you will find a YouTube of

Dr Myhill talking to the Academy

of Nutritional Medicine [AONM]

about Covid 19

See AONM (https://aonm.org) for

more details of this Academy

YouTube Link HERE

See Below for direct Video link

Text from AONM as underneath

the YouTube:

May is a month of International

Awareness for many illnesses and

conditions that we know are so often

linked – ME, Fibromyalgia, Lyme

Disease, EDS, PANS/PANDAS, Autism,

Gulf War Syndrome, MCS, MCAS.

In 1992 Thomas Hennessy Jr. founded

International Awareness Day for Chronic

Immunological and Neurological Diseases.

Each year for the past few years AONM

have held an event in London to honour

the Awareness Month of May. Sadly this

year due to the current Covid-19 crisis

this is not able to go ahead. May 12th

is a significant date for patients worldwide

and we feel it is crucial to mark the day

in some way. To commemorate Awareness

Day 2020 we are delighted to have

Dr. Sarah Myhill speaking on people with

these disorders against the backdrop of

Covid-19. Dr. Myhill will cover inter-

connections that she has found so far between

some of these conditions, including whether

those with ME/Lyme/Fibromyalgia are more

susceptible, and supportive therapies to

strengthen patients during this critical

period." 

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