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David Tuller comments on the NICE guidelines consultation

Virology blog post by Dr David Tuller, 17 July 2017: Trial by error: the NICE guidelines and more on the CDC Excerpt: … What is obvious, but what NICE appears to overlook, is that the CBT/GET literature is plagued by … Continue reading

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WAMES challenges NICE’s reason not to update the CFS/ME guidelines

WAMES sent our response to the NICE consultation on Monday 24th July 2017. NICE asked: Do you agree with the proposal not to update the guideline? WAMES replied: We believe the NICE Guidance CG53 on CFS/ME omits guidelines on key … Continue reading

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PACE-GATE: An alternative view on a study with a poor trial protocol

Article abstract: PACE-GATE: An alternative view on a study with a poor trial protocol┬áby Bart Stouten in Journal of Health Psychology [Published 12 May 2017] The controversies surrounding the effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy and graded exercise therapy for chronic … Continue reading

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