Medline Plus, NIH’s web site for patients, just published an article from health news distributor Healthday, based on the recent, discredited U.K. PACE study. The new article states that “cognitive behavioral therapy and graded exercise therapy are among the best available treatments for extended relief” of ME/CFS. Fortunately, if you want to file a complaint about this article, it’s super easy.
Call for HHS to Investigate PACE Recently, journalist David Tuller, DrPH, published an investigative report outlining serious concerns with the conduct, analyses, and results of U.K.’s £5 million PACE trial for chronic fatigue syndrome. PACE investigated the efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and graded exercise therapy (GET) Since then, other researchers and journalists have
The Solve ME/CFS Initiative has launched a campaign to help increase awareness of —and ultimately research funding for—ME/CFS. The campaign, “Humans of ME/CFS,” is a takeoff of the popular “Humans of New York” photoblog and Facebook page. The aim of the campaign is to show the faces and stories of those suffering from ME/CFS worldwide
UK charity Action for M.E. are this week hosting a social media campaign and its aim is to raise awareness of M.E. as a hidden illness among as wide an audience as possible, and to help people understand what having M.E. feels like. The all important message being, ‘there is a hidden face of M.E.