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Section - 2.14 How does CFS affect children?

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One of the special aspects of CFS in children is that their self-image and =
their sense of
their own abilities do not develop in a normal fashion, because they have l=
ittle or no
memory of their pre-CFS abilities. This surely plays an important and negat=
ive role in
their personal development.

An information packet named "CFIDS In Children" is available for $5.50 from=
 the
CFIDS Association (see address under question 5.06). See also the Children =
and CFS
web site at http://www.bluecrab.org/health/sickids/sickids.htm.=20

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