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I Have a Disease: I Am Not My Disease
Norma Cook Everist
Professor, Wartburg Theological Seminary
People, encountering someone with a disability and therefore aware of their own vulnerability, may become dismissive or fearful. Fears for themselves, fears for me and about me. Who knows? Is ME/CFS genetic, environmental, viral, or what?
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