I've searched but can't find we have either a thread for this or any post that addresses it. Obviously if I've missed it then please post a link to it. As the title says, the CDC has updated the pages it has on ME/CFS. According to the pages itself, this took place mainly 30th May and 1st June, some pages were revised early July. The link is https://www.cdc.gov/me-cfs/index.html As far as I can see, it now has NO mention of CBT and/or GET as treatments. It also has this statement on the treatments page. "Important note: Patients should talk with their doctors about all potential therapies because many treatments that are promoted as cures for ME/CFS are unproven, often costly, and could be dangerous.". I've only had a quick look, and I'm sure that there will be parts that we all disagree with, but, to me, it looks like an important step forward from the CDC and something else we can use against the proponents of CBT/GET. [Credit to the Bristol ME Support Group for highlighting the page had changed in this post - https://www.facebook.com/bmesg/posts/887612268053829] ETA: I'm now starting to wonder if I remember correctly that they previously listed CBT & GET as treatments. Perhaps someone can confirm if that was the case or not? ETA2: For once my memory was correct, CBT & GET were previously listed as treatments. Thanks to those who confirmed it.