Tag Archives: Prof Vincent Racaniello

David Tuller’s work on PACE & update on funding appeal

TWiV Special, 31 May 2017: Trial by Error, Continued Here’s a 50-minute podcast by David Tuller who is interviewed by Prof Vincent Racaniello:  David Tuller returns to discuss the continuing saga of the UK’s PACE trial for chronic fatigue syndrome, … Continue reading

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ME/CFS linked to imbalanced microbiome

Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Press release, 26 April 2017: Chronic fatigue syndrome linked to imbalanced microbiome Scientists identify abnormal levels of specific gut bacteria in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome, including those with and without co-morbid IBS … Continue reading

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An open letter re PACE trial to Psychological Medicine, again!

Virology blog post, by Prof Vincent Racaniello, 23 March 2017: An open letter to Psychological Medicine, again! Last week, Virology Blog posted an open letter to the editors of Psychological Medicine. The letter called on them to retract the misleading … Continue reading

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Dr Shepherd, Prof Jonathan Edwards & others write open letter to Queen Mary University London about PACE

Virology blog: Open letter to Queen Mary University London about PACE, 6 September 2016 Professor Simon Gaskell President and Principal Queen Mary University of London Mile End Road London E1 4NS Dear Professor Gaskell: Last month, the First-Tier Tribunal ordered Queen … Continue reading

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Lancet invites letter re PACE, then decides not to publish

Virology blog post, by Vincent Racaniello, 29 August 2016: Once Again, Lancet Stumbles on PACE Last February, Virology Blog posted an open letter to The Lancet and its editor, Dr. Richard Horton, describing the indefensible flaws of the PACE trial … Continue reading

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Scandal – says Jennie Spotila – no retraction of PACE trial

Occupy CFS blog post, by Jennie Spotila, 10 July 2016: Scandal Give me 90 minutes. Whoever you are, whatever your connection to or interest in ME/CFS, take 90 minutes to listen to this discussion with academic/journalist David Tuller, DrPH (Lecturer at … Continue reading

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3 more UK doctors join request for independent inquiry into PACE Trial

Dr Charles Shepherd, Dr Nigel Speight, and infectious diseases consultant Dr William Weir have joined 39 other signatories to the open letter to the Lancet which first appeared on Prof Vincent Rancaniello’s ‘Virology’ blog on November 13 2015. The letter was … Continue reading

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Another request for PACE trial data refused

Prof Vincent Racaniello writes in Virology blog: At least we’re not vexatious 19 January 2016 On 17 December 2015, Ron Davis, Bruce Levin, David Tuller and I requested trial data from the PACE study of treatments for ME/CFS published in … Continue reading

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4 scientists make PACE trial FOI request

MEAction article: Davis, Tuller, Racaniello and Levin issue FOI request for PACE data Yesterday [16 Dec] four scientists, led by world-famous geneticist Professor Ronald Davis, added to the pressure for scientific transparency on the PACE trial by making a request … Continue reading

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