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xxx ROSE xxx 4 Jul 15
Simon Wessely's Big Shift? CBT Icon Calls For Big Rituximab Trial
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Simon Wessely
. No shift. any promising treatment, be it CBT, GET or rituximab, needs a big trial. First two have them, third not yet
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xxx ROSE xxx 5 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS
Thanks for reply. shut me up for 2 days but I see you got other replies :-/
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xxx ROSE xxx 5 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS
Think it would be unethical to trial Rituximab on participants IF you believed your oft quoted theory of 'false illness belief' ?
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Paul Watton 10 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS @TanteRos
1st 2 were subject of a heavily manipulated trial based on discredited selection criteria. Unreliable & highly dubious
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Simon Wessely 10 Jul 15
simply untrue, my friend, simply untrue. Read the systematic reviews.
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Paul Watton 11 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS @TanteRos
Peddling misinformation is professional misconduct and will eventually catch up with you. I look forward to that day.
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Simon Wessely 12 Jul 15
I defer to your expertise on the question of misinformation. Good day.
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MEmilitant 12 Jul 15
Don't defer, debate. Claims about PACE 'recovery' built on falsehoods:
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MEmilitant 12 Jul 15
Evidence review described their 'recovery' criteria as being so loose as to be "contradictory".
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Ann 4 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS @TanteRos
Definite Shift! Didn't you say: “I will argue that ME is simply a belief, the belief that one has an illness called ME”?
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Noreen Murphy 5 Jul 15
We all know 's *beliefs* on . They're only beliefs & theories. Strange how he had such influence
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xxx ROSE xxx 5 Jul 15
Replying to @Noirin08 @WesselyS
Exactly. As more biomedical research is funded & on-going disease processes found then I imagine will bow 2 the evidence
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Nasim Marie Jafry 5 Jul 15
He will have no choice but to embrace the upcoming research but he will always make himself smell of roses...
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Nasim Marie Jafry 5 Jul 15
Replying to @TanteRos @Noirin08
Have look at Phoenix list of SW papers, chilling the extent to which classic ME has been erased:
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xxx ROSE xxx 5 Jul 15
Replying to @velogubbed @Noirin08
The phoenixrising link is invaluable in understanding the attitude of medical profession & also despair making :/
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Nasim Marie Jafry 5 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS @TanteRos
Simon, *Everyone* knows PACE was a joke, waste of £5M, which could actually have gone on useful trials like Rituximab.
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Simon Wessely 5 Jul 15
Replying to @velogubbed @TanteRos
I disagree, and am not alone. Look at the reviews, quality scores, citations - even the Annals review. High quality.
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Dr Speedy 5 Jul 15
And who created the Oxford criteria in 1991 ? Wessely White Sharp et al. Say no more ...
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Dr Speedy 7 Jul 15
Danish study basically confirms that CBT and GET are at best totally useless
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Louise Ramage 5 Jul 15
Replying to @WesselyS @TanteRos
What is wrong w/you? ME is def not wanted. I loved living life; don't like existing & suffering.
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Simon Wessely 5 Jul 15
I simply don't understand your response to what i just tweeted. I suggest we call it a day.
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