Other departments at Radboud (the uni in Nijmegen which the clinic is associated with) do real ME/CFS research from time to time. I think they'll often partner with the clinic, thinking that they're experts in the area. My guess would be that the clinic's involvement would be more peripheral in a study like this, and at most will result in a bad cohort and really stupid introductory statements about what they think CFS is, and a conclusion mentioning the efficacy of CBT in making patients think that they feel slightly better. They certainly haven't changed their tune regarding ME/CFS. My doctor has never been able to get a response from them regarding my OI and norepinephrine issues, which I'd take as an indication that they're still trying to pretend that ME is a psychological problem.