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"Last Word on Nothing" Article - Part 2

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by slayadragon, Apr 24, 2014.

  1. slayadragon

    slayadragon Senior Member

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    Here is the second half of Julie Rehmeyer's story in "Last Word on Nothing," which goes into the politics of the disease, the current issues with the definition, and her return to functioning via mold avoidance.

    I am really pleased that Ed Yong, one of the most influential science writers, has just tweeted a link to the story to his 51k+ followers. So a lot of science writers and people interested in science will end up seeing it.

    I am very happy with this story (and grateful for the enormous amount of work that Julie put into it), and hope that a lot of people connected to the M.E. community will end up reading it. Hits do matter, in terms of getting future coverage. So please share!

    http://www.lastwordonnothing.com/20...cal-unhelpful-about-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/
     
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    Does anybody know which large biomarker studies Klimas is referring to? And how can she be so sure that these particular studies are going to come up with a biomarker that's really going to help us out?
     

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