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Tired of reading news about ME and seeing images of people slumped at their desks or yawning?
Submit your REAL photo to the flickr group. Help us create a pool of stock photos that authentically portray the experience of living with ME. The photos will be made available to newspapers and magazines.
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3 thoughts on “Retire this stock photo”

  1. Fantastic idea!
    I’m assuming that there also be a way for ME/CFS activists to access these for press releases and such?

  2. Jane Pannell

    Speaking of photos of PWME, the San Francisco May 25 protest is still seeking photos of people with ME. We would like to represent folks who are too sick to attend. Please send your photo to [email protected]. Tell us how long you have been sick and whatever else you’d like to world to know. Lt your voice be heard!
    thanks, Jane

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