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Engaging with M.E. Part 8: Prof Malcolm Hooper

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Published on Sep 19, 2007

Part 8 of 10: Professor Malcolm Hooper talks here primarily about the physical nature of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis ( ME ), but also talks about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity ( MCS ), Gulf War Syndrome ( GWS ), and Fibromyalgia ( FM ) as real physical illnesses too.

Background information:

The original copyright-free DVD of this title was created by M.E. Support Norfolk, UK. Like many others I am indebted to all involved in its production.

This 10 part YouTube version was produced as a public service by Gordon D McHendry, Founder & Campaign Coordinator of MCS-International.Org

Additionally, I have created a single file version for uninterupted viewing. This is available via the Google Video service.

If desired, a full PAL DVD of the original documentary can be purchased at cost (£5 including postage and packing) from either www.mcs-international.org or my personal web site www.satori-5.co.uk. The full PAL DVD contains additional important material like a slideshow of brain scans, etc.

A free PDF File of all the slides shown in this documentary is available from our web site downloads pages at the following link:

http://www.mcs-international.org/down...

Look for download file ref: 071.

Finally, please show your support for Professor Malcolm Hooper's excellent work by "Rating" and "Commenting" on this 10 part YouTube video.

Thank you.

Gordon D McHendry
Founder & Campaign Coordinator
www.mcs-international.org

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