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New results on Graded Exercise Therapy from recent AfME survey report

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Tom Kindlon, May 18, 2014.

  1. Valentijn

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    Exactly. Why aren't they breaking down the results? It's unlikely that they're substantially different from the previous surveys, in which case lumping together results creates a somewhat misleading picture.

    AfME is not an ME patient organization. They don't serve our interests.
     
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    http://www.actionforme.org.uk/get-informed/news/our-news/our-survey-results-managing-me
     
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  3. Tom Kindlon

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    This means the figures for Graded Exercise Therapy (n=525* approx) are:

    Very helpful: 11%
    Helped a little: 24%
    No change: 18%
    Made it a bit worse: 19%
    Made much worse: 28%

    *Sample size for Graded Exercise Therapy estimated using: full sample was 2018 & 26% said they did GET.
     
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    The full data does leave GET looking worse.
     
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    http://cfstreatment.blogspot.com.es/2014/06/time-to-deliver-report-how-surveys-on.html
     
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