In Ontario, Canada, a ruling against Honda has made Chronic Fatigue Syndrome a recognized disability requiring accomodation.
I read a news report online about how a ME/CFS patient was fired from his job for being sick. Not only was he fired, he was also treated differently than other disabled employees because he didn’t “appear” disabled. After being on disability benefits and a medical leave, CFS patient, Keays, found that his payments were abruptly stopped despite the fact his physician had given a diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
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