ME/CFS: Research - critiquing particular studies (excluding PACE Trial)

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Consumer-Contested Evidence: Why the ME/CFS Exercise Dispute Matters So Much Posted February 2019 by Hilda Bastian Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Diet, Chronic Fatigue Symptoms, Flu Like Symptoms, Study Design, February 8, Fibromyalgia, The Help, In This Moment, Exercise

Consumer-Contested Evidence: Why the ME/CFS Exercise Dispute Matters So Much - Absolutely Maybe

Sometimes, a dispute with a consumer movement comes along that has profound implications for far more than the people in…

How payments from insurance companies might potentially bias proponents of CBT and/or GET for ME/CFS (such as the PACE Trial investigators) Activities Of Daily Living, Insurance Benefits, Health Research, Insurance Companies, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Cbt, Medical Advice

"How payments from insurance companies might potentially bias proponents of CBT and/or GET for ME/CFS (such as the #PACETrial investigators)"

June 29 blog post by @spoonseeker which critically analyses extracts from the #GETSET manual ii.e. a trial of graded exercise Smoke And Mirrors, Trials, Manual, You Got This, June, Study, Exercise, Blog, Excercise

June 29 blog post by @spoonseeker which critically analyses extracts from the #GETSET manual ii.e. a trial of graded exercise

On Your Marks GETSET: Don’t Go – Major Graded Exercise ME/CFS Trial Underwhelms (Again) Mortality Rate, Show Me The Money, National Institutes Of Health, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Kinds Of People, Fibromyalgia, Research, Trials

On Your Marks GETSET: Don’t Go – Major Graded Exercise ME/CFS Trial Underwhelms (Again)

Spotlight on GETSET Julie – spoonseekerdotcom Peter White, Spotlight, Study, Studying, Learning, Spot Lights, Exploring

Spotlight on GETSET Julie – spoonseekerdotcom

Here's a summary words) of the piece by journalist David Tuller on the FINE Trial that came out on Nov "Trial By Error, Continued: Why has the PACE Study’s “Sister Trial” been “Disappeared” and Forgotten? Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Summary, Coming Out, Trials, Continue Reading, Sisters, David, Study, Words

Here's a summary (645 words) of the piece by journalist David Tuller on the FINE Trial that came out on Nov 9, 2015: "Trial By Error, Continued: Why has the PACE Study’s “Sister Trial” been “Disappeared” and Forgotten?"

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