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OIG Fails to Investigate IOM Conflict of Interest

Discussion in 'Institute of Medicine (IOM) Government Contract' started by Nielk, May 28, 2014.

  1. Nielk

    Nielk

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    Thoughts About ME = Jeanette Burmeister

    http://thoughtsaboutme.com/2014/05/...of-interest-tells-mecfs-patients-to-buzz-off/

    More here
     
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  2. barbc56

    barbc56 Senior Member

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    Maybe the AIG will take us more seriously after the IOM releases their "findings"
    Barb

    My eyes glazed over after the first two paragraphs. Nice try, though.
     
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  3. taniaaust1

    taniaaust1

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    Just as I suspected they'd do, anything else and I would of been surprised.

    What surprises me is those who have ME who dont think there is a coverup going on around this illness. I personally always believed IOM is an attempt bury ME further, this is being done by many ways.. eg stopping the old ME research to do with the outbreaks being looked at during the investigation, putting biased people on the panel etc.etc This was never done "to try to help us".

    Good on Jeanette.. a huge paper trial needs to be left. They will never be able to say no one complained, we didnt know.
     
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