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Blog entries by alex3619

Please sir, I want some more. Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist. I was asked why many leads in ME research have not been followed up. This is...
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" Give them enough rope and they will hang themselves." Following from Sykes...
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I just made this reply to the Shorter article, which now appears to be either members only or deleted...
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What do we do to change political and medical policy on ME? The people who need to be convinced are the experts, the authorities, the...
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The suggestive nature of the evidence is very weak, yet its played as if it were strong. It is likely that most MUS (medically unexplained...
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Recovery [bluk] from chronic fatigue syndrome after treatments given in the PACE trial P. D. White, K. Goldsmith, A. L. Johnson, T. Chalder and...
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Part B: Churnalism and Dogmatic Verificationism Churnalism When a study is reported the science journalists get to report on it and then...
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If Not Conspiracy Then What? Part Two Part A: Zombie Science Rides Again, or Pale Riders on Pale Horses Have you ever wondered when the...
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This is not one of my planned blogs, just something I thought I should report. I have been interested in eicosanoid impact on CFS and ME since...
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Go To Part Two Commentary: What can we take from Skewed? Skewed lists numerous failures in the scientific, medical and political processes...
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Go To Part One Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Walker discusses the origins of the definitions of CFS, and briefly mentions that two ME experts...
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A Review of Skewed by Martin J Walker, 2003. Greenwashing Part One: General Argument A lot of people have wondered how the psychogenic...
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There have been very few options we have had as advocates for ME and CFS that have worked. We lack numbers, and we are often too sick to be...
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(An exercise in Satire - easier to read if you say it out loud.) Cwonic fateeg patients are cwazy coz deyz don't have nuffin wrong with them...
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And the Cycle Continues At some point in the middle to late twentieth century (possibly 1982) it was discovered that vitamin B12 injections...
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What can we learn from the history of peptic ulcers? "The merry-go-round goes 'round and 'round, The children laughed and laughed and laughed...
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I am a duo of drugs with supreme potency. The two drugs are modified versions of drugs used for other disorders, but for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome...
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Directions for Discussion Fighting with each other over definitions wastes our limited resources. I propose some alternative strategies, but I am...
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