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Action for ME's new principal medical advisor, Dr. Alastair Miller

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by shrewsbury, May 19, 2010.

  1. shrewsbury

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    Tom Kindlon to CO-CURE May 12

    Action for ME, the largest ME Charity in the UK, recently announced that its
    new principal medical advisor is Dr. Alastair Miller:
    http://www.afme.org.uk/news.asp?newsid=826

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    One can get a good idea of his views on the illness by watching a webcast of
    his presentation at a RSM CFS conference April 2008 (a conference where some
    patients protested outside):

    What drugs can I use? Dr Alastair Miller
    http://rsm.mediaondemand.net/playersp1.aspx?EventID=1337

    It can look like it is 54 minutes long.
    However it's only 25:24 long.

    Tom
     
  2. garcia

    garcia Aristocrat Extraordinaire

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    I stopped the video a few minutes in at
    By "fringe practitioners" I presume he means the few doctors actually trying to help us rather than looking after their own interests like he clearly is.

    What a thoroughly unpleasant man. He should do well at "[In]action for ME"
     

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