Clinical Pain Advisor is one of the free "throwaway" magazine (mostly online now) that physicians are inundated with. They publish summaries of recent research findings, using a journalistic style. The outcome is variable — sometimes good information, sometimes garbage. I was happy to see the quality of the article they just published, written by Cindy Lampner (appears to be a regular writer for the magazine) about the Naviaux study. It even includes a mention of the criticism of the PACE study, with a supporting comment by Dr. Gordon: " 'The idea that a psychosocial model of treatment is more appropriate in CFS than in any other disease is incorrect,” Dr Gordon said. “All chronic diseases do better with a psychosocial component to their treatment. Illness will exacerbate all of our underlying neurotic tendencies. This is the human response to illness.' " There are no comments yet... Read the article here: Metabolomic Deficiencies Characteristic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome I'm not sure if it requires you to have an account to read the article. If so, I believe accounts are free and un restricted. You can create an account here: Clinical Pain Advisor account set up.