My final year at Oxford, when I felt punished for having ME | Curio

My final year at Oxford, when I felt punished for having ME

12 mins | May 28, 2017

Society still seems to blame the sick person for her affliction. And if the most respected institutions in the world do not lead the way to change that, who will? Nathalie Wright writes in The Guardian about her experience at Oxford University, where she was rusticated for suffering from the debilitating disease ME, or myalgic encephalomyelitis, or what is more commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome.

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From The Guardian