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Thank you to everyone who has been in touch with me so far to share their experiences living with ME and the PACE trial.

If you live in Scotland and would be willing to talk about your experience of the PACE trial with a journalist who is looking to cover the story, please get in touch with me at carol.monaghan.mp@parliament.uk

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I appeared on BBC Radio Scotland this afternoon with Dr Vance Spence, Emma Shorter and Janet Sylvester to discuss the impact of ME and my upcoming debate on the PACE trial.

🗣 Ask your MP (if you live outside Glasgow North West) to attend the debate – you can find out who they are via https://www.theyworkforyou.com

📝 Get in touch with me if you have been affected: carol.monaghan.mp@parliament.uk

I will be on The John Beattie Show this afternoon (I believe at around 12.30pm) to discuss ME and my upcoming debate on the PACE trial with Dr Vance Spence from ME Research UK and two ME advocates, Emma Shorter and Janet Sylvester.

You can listen to the discussion live via the link below, or listen on demand shortly after broadcast:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09rjrd6

One week to go until the debate on the PACE Trial and its impact on people with ME, which will take place next Tuesday (20th February) at 11am.

🎥 Watch when I demanded that these conflicts of interest be exposed

📖 Read more about the upcoming debate: http://www.carol.monaghan.scot/2018/02/07/pace-trial/

🗣 Ask your MP (if you live outside Glasgow North West) to attend – you can find out who they are via https://www.theyworkforyou.com

📝 Get in touch with me if you have been affected: carol.monaghan.mp@parliament.uk

I've spoken numerous times about the potentially devastating impact that leaving the European Union will have on vital cancer diagnosis and treatment as we withdraw from the European nuclear regulator, Euratom.

We do not have the ability to produce these radioisotopes here. They must be imported. If we are not part of the Euratom treaty, this will have serious implications for cancer treatment. This is not scaremongering - it is fact.

The UK Government must end this uncertainty and commit to retaining our Euratom membership.