Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Dolphin, Apr 29, 2016.
The 2nd last attachment shows the submission by Alem Matthees:
It looks to be very comprehensive.
Thank you to him for all his work on it.
That is a very impressive amount of work. I had no idea.
Yes - covered all angles by the looks of it.
And surprisingly accessible considering the detail.
Wow, fantastic job by Matthees.
How long is it likely to be until we get a verdict?
I don't know. I think Valerie said it could be four weeks. Arrrghghgh!!
@charles shepherd said they *aim* to get a response out within 2 weeks...
Probably not a good time to announce they have put Sir John Chilcott in charge of it... (UK joke)
Still no word on the outcome?
Is there no way to find out what the delay is all about?
I have just finished reading this.
It is a very, very impressive document.
The PACE trial investigators' calls to not release the data look very weak. And reading between the lines you might end up thinking that they were trying to hide the data.
Alem Matthees mentions that he is a patient himself. This means he must have had to make huge sacrifices to create it, for which I am very grateful.
I wonder what is the delay in announcing the decision. It is many weeks overdue now.
@charles shepherd any idea about what's going on there?
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