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Dr Mark Vink paper slams PACE Trial data on CBT and Graded Exercise | Journal of Neurology and Neurobiology | 10 January 2017

From the Journal of Neurology and Neurobiology, 10 January 2017. Assessment of Individual PACE Trial Data: in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Cognitive Behavioral and Graded Exercise Therapy are Ineffective, Do …

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Parliamentary ME/CFS Questions | Luton North MP piles pressure on government over PACE, NICE, treatment strategy and direction of research | 25 November 2016

In some of the fiercest parliamentary questioning about ME/CFS ever, Labour MP Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North) has tabled a stream of questions about the PACE Trial, the National Institute of …

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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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‘Managing chronic fatigue is all about pace — do not go for boom or bust’ | Dr Mark Porter in ‘The Times’ | 26 January 2016

From The Times, 26 January 2016. New research suggesting that chronic fatigue syndrome is more common in teenagers than previously thought is bound to move the condition up the NHS …

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