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That this House notes that around one in 300 people in the UK is living with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)/myalgic encephalomyelitis; further notes that many sufferers report the process of diagnosis can take many months or even years and that patients report back a lack of awareness among clinicians about the condition and possible treatments; further notes that many patients with CFS can, if they receive appropriate support, make considerable progress and live free of relapse; and calls on the Department of Health to ensure that clinical outcomes for patients with CFS form a part of its approach to reforming remuneration for healthcare commissioners and providers.
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