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CDC Conf Call-Follow-up Poll: Would YOU do 2-day CPET if in CDC Multi-Site Study?

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by waiting, Sep 15, 2013.


IF you were a CDC Multi-Site Study participant, would you agree to do the *2-day* CPET?

  1. Yes

  2. No -My ONLY concern is the physical toll of a 2-day test (vs 1-day) might be too high.

  3. No- I have concerns about the physical toll AND other concerns (overnight is ok)--see my reply.

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  4. No- My ONLY concern is I travel a long distance to clinic and don't wayt to stay overnight.

  5. No- I have concerns about the overnight stay AND other concerns (physical toll is ok)- see my reply.

    0 vote(s)
  6. No -I have concerns about BOTH the physical toll & overnight stay, but nothing else.

  7. No -I have concerns about BOTH the physical toll & overnight AND other concerns--see my reply.

  8. No -I have concerns but they are NEITHER about the physical toll or overnight stay-see my reply.

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  1. MeSci

    MeSci ME/CFS since 1995; activity level 6

    Cornwall, UK
    Same here, but I think that there are measurable physical changes after one day, even if there are no symptoms.

    I voted yes, but like several others I did so after the submission of results to to HHS and CDC.

    My response is extremely hypothetical, as I am in the UK, so the journey would not be practical and my travel expenses would be ridiculous!

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