My agent is Vivienne Clore at the Richard Stone Partnership. For enquiries about a booking, please contact Marc Simmonson in the first instance.
The Richard Stone Partnership
2 Henrietta Street
London, WC2E 8PS
020 7497 0849
020 7497 0869
Vivienne Clore - email@example.com
Marc Simmonson - firstname.lastname@example.org
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I can’t give any personal medical advice via this site.
I no longer work in general practice, and am now working as part of a specialist NHS team in Bath, treating young people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME. Details of the service we offer are here: rnhrd.nhs.uk/page/85
Good advice on accessing specialist CFS/ME services and treatments available can be found via
•the AyME website (for people up to the age of 25) and
•the Action for ME website (for those over 25)
Good medical advice on the web
The NHS website (nhs.uk) is a good place to start but it’s vast and you’d be amazed how much is on there (almost too much to take in)
For accurate and up to date medical information, I recommend the NHS Clinical Knowledge Summaries at cks.nice.org.uk You can choose between a patient information leaflet or a ten-page dissertation with all the references.
For a competent dissection of today’s health scare, try the NHS Behind the Headlines pages at nhs.uk/news/Pages/NewsIndex.aspx
For embarrassing problems, there’s the excellent embarrassingproblems.com
To share other peoples experience of health and illness, there’s my all time favourite website, healthtalkonline.org