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University of Bristol: £1.2 million for CFS research

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Firestormm, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. snowathlete

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    Yes, the coolest kid's program ever. If I had a city full of gold I still wouldn't be able to justify spending on research like this.
     
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    Let's be clear, where Simon Collin says:
    "Findings from this study will help with planning and improvement of NHS specialist services for adults with CFS/ME as well as determining the most effective specialist treatment for adults with the condition."
    What he means is that he will be determining which is the most effective specialist treatment out of the following options: CBT, GET or graded activity management, as these are the only NHS treatments on offer.
     
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