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Tag Archives: Dr Sarah Myhill
Dr Myhill has complained to the GMC about the PACE authors The GMC is the UK doctor’s regulatory authority – the General Medical Council. Patient support is sought from all patients who feel they have been harmed by PACE. You do not have to … Continue reading
Health rising blog post, 23 August 2016: Dr Myhill Stripped of her Right to Prescribe Valtrex off label From an email Dr. Myhill sent to her patients 13 August 2016: We have a problem with me prescribing valacyclovir. Yesterday I attended … Continue reading
Dr Myhill gave a talk to the AGM of OMEGA on Sat 5 March 2016. This talk covered: The Biological Basis of CFS/ME – the “theory” The Treatment of CFS/ME – the “treatment” You can access the full PowerPoint slide show at … Continue reading
Niki Gratrix interviews Dr Sarah Myhill, published on 6 Oct 2015 Covered in this interview from the Abundant Energy Summit: rebooting Mitochondrial Function and nutrient status for optimum energy. Lasts 40 minutes with powerpoint slides.
Dr Sarah Myhill’s lectures at the Biocare Summer conference 2015 are available to view online, entitled Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome They give a good outline of her diagnosis and treatment approach for CFS, as detailed in more depth in … Continue reading
Shropshire ME group Conference 21 October 2015 Shrewsbury Football Stadium, Oteley Road, SY2 6ST, 1-4.45 pm Speaker: Dr Sarah Myhill All invited, free to attend.
New award from the MEA Ramsay Research Fund for further mitochondrial research, 21 July 2015 Comparison of results from a commercial and a clinical diagnostic-based blood test to assess mitochondrial function in ME/CFS. The ME Association Ramsay Research Fund is pleased … Continue reading
The third in a series of studies on mitochondrial function in ME/CFS has been published. Having established in the first two papers that mitochondrial dysfunction is a central pathophysiological lesion in ME/CFS, the aim of the third study was to … Continue reading