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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): sufferers’ evaluation of medical support

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In response to reports of negative cooperation between sufferers of

chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and their doctors,

semi-structured interviews were conducted with sufferers from

two different patient samples. Satisfaction with support

received and with medical professionals in general was low.

Sufferers complained about insufficient informational as well

as emotional support from their doctors, and as a consequence

most opted for alternative or complementary forms of

treatment. In addition, disagreements over illness aetiology

and treatment precluded effective cooperation. If satisfaction

and compliance are to improve, sufferers will need more

information about CFS and more support.

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