July 2007
Community Care;7/26/2007, Issue 1683, p74
The author, a social work student, talks about her dissatisfaction with the social service agency she is working at due to its failure to respond to her medical needs. She says that the agency does not have telephone numbers for a local physician she could talk to about her health condition, which could be myalgic encephalomyelitis.


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