Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by voner, May 19, 2016.
University of Utah, Kathy Light, Alan Light, et. al.
(@voner, your memory is as bad as mine! Look at the third post in the other thread.)
You are right. My memory is horrible. Pretty frustrating. I try hard not to post a paper that has been posted. I checked all the recent threads, but not that far back. I wonder what happened with that paper. The original publication was a year ago, but all the links from a year ago like to move the 2016 version of the paper.
There have been other old threads on this form that I have read, thinking, "this is pretty novel", and then I see my own post in the thread.... Meaning I have already read the thread.... Ugh.
@Bob! Quick, before I forget,
Check out this quote I just read from Mady Horning's talk she gave in Sweden...she is talking about some of the results from the spinal fluid taken from Dr. Peterson's patients (My bolding):
I'm exactly the same, but even worse! I sometimes come across 'brand new' research papers, only to discover very long threads in which I've plastered long and detailed analyses thoroughout, and even posted the opening post! And I can't remember any of it! I'm used to it now, and can see the funny side of it, but it's a strange experience!
@voner @Bob you are both not alone in this memory issue. Most ME patients I recall discussing this with have the same issues, including me.
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