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Maes and Morris: Diagnosis of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: where are we now?

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Firestormm, Mar 1, 2013.

  1. Firestormm

    Firestormm

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    Not sure if this qualifies as research, so have popped it here in the News. I'm not paying for access although others might like to I suppose.
     
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    It's an editorial and not research. No new information.

    I have never heard of this "journal" before but will look for some information.

    Barb

    ETA LOL!! It says editorial right at the top of Firestorm's article. Facepalm!!
     
  3. Nielk

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    JT1024 Senior Member

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    The good news is that one of the authors has ME and he has direct contact with many top ME/CFS researchers and physicians.

    He is a former member of this forum. At this time, his focus is solely on research and writing so he no longer participates in most forums.
     
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    Nielk, thanks for the link. I've just trawled through the entire article. I understand its general thrust, rather than the detail, but I must say I'm impressed by the work and care involved in writing this article. I don't care where I belong, either in the neuro-immune ME or CFS category, but I'm really keen to be classified by the objective criteria the authors have developed. Maybe then, research can go into finding effective treatments.
     

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