Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Tom Kindlon, Oct 6, 2017.
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Sometimes I do wonder really how hard it is to look up the defining core symptom of an illness you pretend to study and gather the knowledge as to what the very words you use mean. This is, again and for the umpteenth time, not CFS as in ME/CFS, but more likely some random assortment of fatiguing disorders if no PEM is even mentioned.
There's no mention of myalgic encephalomyelitis at all, nor is it mentioned in any of the references. Just chronic fatigue syndrome.
"Although there was limited information, exercise may not worsen symptoms or cause serious side effects."
in the future medical students will learn about the errors that the scientific community made with respect to ME. Statements like that is a disgrace and harmful to patients.
Ohh no it isn't
There is a fatal flaw in the study, when you make an analysis of previously completed studies that use manipulated and flawed data it leads to a flawed conclusion.
Path dependence at its worst [facepalm]
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