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Cathrine E. Westerby
Sosiolog, blogger, sosiale medier-entusiast, nerd, neglelakkdronning, feminist og Tiaradame ♛.
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Cathrine E. Westerby Apr 3
Replying to @Notcjparker
Selvfølgelig. Det MÅ være riller.
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Sten Helmfrid Apr 1
Professor Ron Davis, Stanford University: "If you get chronic fatigue syndrome or , your life as you know it’s over. That is really sad, because it hits people at the prime of their life."
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Norges ME-forening - Rogaland Fylkeslag Apr 2
. skriver om studien på Rituximab og ME som nettopp har blitt publisert: Rituximab Fails in Chronic Fatigue
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Kavlifondet Apr 2
Results from a national double-blind drug trial in Norway showed no effect of treatment with the cancer drug rituximab on patients with ME/CFS:
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Norges ME-forening - Rogaland Fylkeslag Apr 2
Når de ME-syke får skylden | Olav Osland og Bjørn K. Getz Wold
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Norges ME-forening - Rogaland Fylkeslag Apr 2
RituxME-forskerne Fluge, Sørland, Rekeland og Mella om studien hos Artikkelen gir en god og lettfattelig gjennomgang av studien.
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Beate Mar 29
Når en pasientgruppe fremstår som sint har man to muligheter: bli provosert, eller lytte til dem for å finne ut hva dette handler om. Her er en lege som gjorde det opplagte, lyttet: Reeducating Doctors About ME/CFS via
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Jennifer Brea Mar 30
Merryn Croft’s mother, Clare, shares how medical disbelief contributed to the deaths of two of her daughters. The self-doubt and questions she is left with (could I have done something differently to be believed?) are heartbreaking
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Cathrine E. Westerby Mar 20
Replying to @carolbinks
Very good read, thank you!
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Carol L. Binks Mar 20
How true. Doctor & patient should be in partnership, working together toward common goal ... “How can I convince doctors that I’m an informed patient who knows what’s happening with my body, and just want a partner in treatment rather than a dictator?”
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Line Evensen Mar 19
Nok et hårreisende eksempel på Regjeringens innstramming av AAP. Med tilbakevirkende kraft gjelder ikke tidligere vedtak, og brukerne er ikke avklart hverken for arbeid eller uføretrygd. Og Nav får ikke bruke skjønn.
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Cathrine E. Westerby Mar 20
Prof. G is also openly supportive of this on his public Facebook profile. Unfortunately the discussion there is in Norwegian only. We are just hopeless activists in his view. Sad.
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Cathrine E. Westerby Mar 20
Noen artikler som viser problemene pas. med ME har ved testing av fysisk aktivitet - 2 dagers ergospirometri. PEM - post exertional malaise.
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Cathrine E. Westerby Mar 14
Replying to @beaterast
😢💔
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ME/CFS News Mar 10
Have we reached peak psychobabble-driven patient abuse? Surely it cannot get much worse than authority figures intentionally subjecting children to pain in order to stop them reporting their symptoms (and presenting this as some sort of innovative treatment).
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Cathrine E. Westerby Mar 5
Replying to @rarefredrik
Fantastisk!
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Forsberg™ Mar 4
Det er i grunn samma faen om vi spiller Michael Jackson på NRK eller ikke, han kommer til å lede neste årsmøte i Hedmark Høyre åkke som.
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Lilletinget Mar 5
De må nok tro vi er dumme. For først kutter de i trygdeytelser og pusher folk over på sosialhjelp, og deretter bruker de oppgangen i sosialhjelpmottagelser til å nettopp kutte i sosialhjelp.
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Scott Simpson Mar 5
"It is a very serious matter to risk denying access to biomedical care for patients with an incurable disease." It’s Time to Pay Attention to "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" -
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Cathrine E. Westerby Mar 5
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