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Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Dolphin, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

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    Reminder: This sub-forum is for ME/CFS studies only

    There is another sub-forum:
     
  2. Sherlock

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    okay, well then a mod can move mine, if any of them are active. It was on mitochondria micronutrition.

    I won't be upset :)

    Have a good day
     
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    So no one wants to hear about my exciting new project to train rats to answer the Multidimensional Fatigue Inventory and Chalder Fatigue Questionnaires?
     
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    I think I often whack non-CFS stuff in here too. I tend to use the 'new posts' button, rather than browse by forum, so forget what they're all for.
     
  5. Bob

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    All the separate forums sections are listed on the forum homepage:
    http://phoenixrising.me/forums/forum.php
     
  6. Bob

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    :D

    hehehe...

    It sounds very interesting, and useful.

    If the rats have CFS/ME, then you should definitely post it in this section!


    I expect that your rat study was more successful than the PACE Trial? (as it couldn't have been less successful!!!)
     
  7. alex3619

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    Hi Snow Leopard, sounds mousy, ahh, ratty, no - definitely mousy, to me. Bye, Alex
     
  8. Graham

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    Snow Leopard, I presume that you are going to make your rats swim around in a tank of water until they are tired to simulate CFS/ME (like a recent run of studies did)? Don't forget to get your rats to post me their results.
     
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    They need to make those rats swim about until it is known that they cant even recover with rest, Unfortunately they are all drowned by then :p
     
  10. Snow Leopard

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    Since this appears to be a recurring problem, I've 'stickied' this thread so it can remain as a reminder.
     
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  11. Dolphin

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    Valentijn Activity Level: 3

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    Thanks! It's now been moved to non-ME/CFS research section and merged with a thread discussing the same topic there.

    You can also use the "Report Post" option to flag misplaced posts for the moderators.
     
  13. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

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    Thanks

    Ok, I will consider it in future although I associate reporting posts more for more urgent actions so not sure whether I'll be able to get myself to do it.
     
  14. Kina

    Kina Moderation Team Lead

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    We do have different forums for very good reason.

    This subforum is dedicated to research using ME/CFS patients or directly stated to be about some aspect of ME/CFS.

    The 'Other Health News and Research' forum is for research and news that isn't directly about PWC's but has implications.

    Having separate forums is helpful -- when you visit this forum, you know you will find research directly related to ME/CFS. When you visit the other one, you will find news and research that has implications for our population.

    The set up is to make it easier for members to find information.
     
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