Not sure if this article has been posted (from Last year); it might breach the forum regs @Kina (?) But it does do a 'nice job' on PACE: https://wp.nyu.edu/therevealer/2016...fatigue-syndromes-spiritual-causes-and-cures/ "Medicine’s failure to explain or effectively treat ME/CFS has created a cottage industry of sorts, a panoply of cure-focused websites and books that offer help and hope to sufferers." "ME/CFS provides us with yet another sad but fascinating way to view the medical industry’s gendered approach to suffering, pain and fatigue." "The effectiveness of self-help solutions for ME/CFS was confirmed by a splashy study published in the British medical journal, The Lancet, in 2011. The study given the acronym PACE for the treatments it supported—Pacing, Activity, and Cognitive behavior therapy: a randomized Evaluation—found that the real cures for ME/CFS were not pharmaceutical or scientific but plucky determination. In short, the study advises sufferers to get some exercise, a good psychotherapist, and some gumption."