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Tired all the time: can new research on fatigue help clinicians? (Harvey&Wessely, 09)

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Dolphin, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. Sean

    Sean Senior Member

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    From the article:

    Most? What evidence is there for that? Certainly most of his like minded colleagues, but beyond that small ideological circle how does he know?

    And I see his does his usual trick of casually mixing CFS and chronic fatigue together.

    He also claims that "we know" that predisposing factors include:

    and cites references (19-21).

    But that seems to contradict his previous reference (18) that says:

    (And what about the Dubbo study, not cited in this paper, that found the only significant predictor of long term outcome to be initial severity of the disease at onset?)

    A discrepancy he neither acknowledges nor attempts to explain.

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