Month: September 2016

‘If my team’s research on ME is rejected, the patients will suffer’| Prof Peter White, The Guardian | 30 September 2016

From The Guardian, 30 September 2016. Comment piece by Professor Peter White. Chronic fatigue syndrome – sometimes called ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) – is a sad tale for everyone involved. It …

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ME affects four times as many women as men. Is that why we’re still disbelieved? | ‘Comment is free’, The Guardian | 27 September 2016

From The Guardian ‘Comment is free’ section, 27 September 2016. Words by Nathalie Wright (pictured). Today friends and families of people with myalgic encephalopathy (ME) are taking to the streets …

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‘PACE trial shows why medicine needs patients to scrutinise studies about their health’ | Simon McGrath on BMJ blogs | 22 September 2015

From BMJ blogs, 2 September 2016. Words by Simon McGrath. Like all patients, what I want most from clinical research is treatments that work, not ones that merely look good …

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