Tag Archives: Dr Peter White

PACE team response shows a disregard for the principles of science

Prof Jonathan Edwards (UK) and Prof David Tuller (USA) add to the growing number of articles by clinicians and researchers challenging the scientific credentials of the PACE researchers. PACE team response shows a disregard for the principles of science, by Prof Jonathan Edwards … Continue reading

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Why patients with CFS/ME improve or deteriorate with GET

Research abstract: BACKGROUND: Graded exercise therapy, GET, (along with cognitive behaviour therapy, CBT) is one of only two treatments recommended by the 2007 National Institute of Health Care Excellence (NICE) CFS/ME guidelines as having an evidence-base. NICE describes GET as … Continue reading

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Is chronic fatigue syndrome heterogeneous?

Review abstract: Background: There is evidence for and against functional somatic syndromes being either lumped together or separated apart. The aim of this presentation is to review the evidence regarding the heterogeneity of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and to provide new data addressing … Continue reading

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Probing an untrustworthy Cochrane review of exercise for CFS

Blog post by Prof James C Coyne, 23 April 2016: Probing an untrustworthy Cochrane review of exercise for “chronic fatigue syndrome” From my work in progress: My ongoing investigation so far has revealed that the 2016 Cochrane review misrepresents what … Continue reading

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