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LETTER, ME Myths, Sir P.Spencer, PACE. Reply, Dr J Greensmith, D. Hughes (23 Feb 2011

Discussion in 'Action Alerts and Advocacy' started by drjohn, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. drjohn

    drjohn Senior Member

    Re: ME Myths, LETTER from Sir Peter Spencer, PACE study; REPLY Dr John Greensmith; REPLY Deborah Hughes (Scotsman, 23 and 24 February 2010)

    To read a letter from Sir Peter Spencer

    To read a letter from Dr John Greensmith

    To read a letter from Deborah Hughes

    Any letters in response should be sent to e-mail address

    You may also wish to post the same or another comment below Sir Peter's letter and/or the original article about the PACE trial, bearing in mind that there may be a different readership for online and paper versions. The more of us who do, the better the chance of continued coverage.

    Dr John H Greensmith
    ME Free For All. org
  2. Enid

    Enid Senior Member

    Am I getting confused here. The PACE trial reported "CAN" not "MAY" when added to Specialist Medical Care. Seems a world of difference - the former being prescribed and the latter - could try out only. And Specialist Medical Care to which these may be "added to" is generally absent in the UK until such time as medicine here catches up with the wealth of international research and findings to better understand the underlying pathologies. The wording is most important the "CAN" in the hands of the ignorant (most here) could be forced on - as has been the history here. "MAY" is optional. (This is in response to ir Peter Spencer's letter).

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