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Conquering Chronic Illness Support

Conquering Chronic Illness Support (CCIS) is a group for patients, family, friends and carers of those suffering with Vector/tick infections (Lyme Disease), MECFS, Fibromyalgia, Mould, MCS, EMF sensitivities and related conditions.

CCIS is a face to face local support group whose members come from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and meet on a monthly basis to interact and discuss treatments and share ideas about coping and improving various health conditions.  It also provides online support and inspiration for people not able to attend events in person.  Details of our regular coffee catch ups and upcoming events are always posted online on Facebook or people can join an email list.

Along with the face to face Conquering Chronic Illness Support, (CCIS), we run a database Facebook group, Conquering Chronic Illness, (CCI), where local and international articles regarding chronic illnesses can be accessed. As an Australian group, it obviously has a bias towards Australian concerns, but anyone from anywhere can join this broad health article group.

The focus of the health articles in the group is primarily for people with Vector/tick-borne infections, (Lyme Disease), MECFS, Fibromyalgia, Mould/CIRS, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) EMF sensitivities, and how these illnesses overlap.

Whilst not a support group per se, CCI is a home for related health articles that do not fit neatly into more specialised support groups.

NOTE: 2 Facebook Groups:

Online Youtube Channel Conquering Chronic illness

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFmy0wVWfB4DIBMzlR7_PZg

 

A new website is coming soon

https://conqueringchronicillness.com.au/

 

Contact: Peter Owen

info@conqueringchronicillness.com.au

 

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