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Richard Vallée
Interested in the future of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. One of from .
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James C.Coyne Apr 21
I will renew my call for retraction of the article or release of the data because the hard work of John Peters gave me new ammo. John approached directly and they stonewalled him, saying no, we still won't retract or get you the data.
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Derek Laffan Apr 20
Gonna sit down and read all about the Trial and how NOT to do a randomized control trial. Got inspired by numerous people I follow. I'm starting with the actual Lancet study then moving on to criticisms. Any suggestions?
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Richard Vallée Apr 20
Replying to @dereklaffan
Highly recommend this one as well: .
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Richard Vallée Apr 20
Replying to @dereklaffan
David Tuller's coverage is pretty massive at this point () and has expanded but the original article covers a lot of ground: .
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ME/CFS News Apr 20
Let's fund David Tuller for another year. 69% of $95000 raised, 10 days to go. The authors fear his work.
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Richard Vallée Apr 17
This is wrong
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Janelle Apr 17
This. needs to realize that when they’ve “done what they can” but it’s not producing results, it’s time to write a new handbook!
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Richard Vallée Apr 16
This is an important message. Please watch. perfectly captures the ongoing subversion of democracy around the world. Centuries of social progress threatened by dark money and technology. Democracy requires vigilance and truth.
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Sten Helmfrid Apr 16
For newcomers: Flow chart that describes how the for was designed, implemented, and sold as robust evidence for the efficacy of cognitive behavioural therapy and graded exercise therapy.
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Sten Helmfrid Apr 12
Don't forget the crowdfunding campaign of Dr. David Tuller. Please make a donation, if you can afford it! We need him to continue to highlight the neverending PACE saga.
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Sten Helmfrid Apr 11
Patients with have distinct defects in both ventricular filling pressure and oxygen extraction from the muscles. Neither of those are features of deconditioning, in which the major defect is decreased stroke volume and cardiac output.
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Sten Helmfrid Apr 10
Dr. Nina Muirhead didn’t believe in —until she developed acute glandular feber and got the diagnosis herself ten months later. “The lack of belief and ignorance surrounding ME/CFS is deep-rooted and causes significant harm to patients worldwide.”
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Emerge Australia Apr 10
We can attest that research is VERY important to patients. We had a really strong response to our research symposium. The ME/CFS patient community is scientifically literate and proudly pro-science!
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Dr Mark Guthridge Apr 10
Thread How important is Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research to patients? The Videocast of the NIH Research Conference has more than double the number of views of <ANY> video for 2019!!!
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#MEAction Network Apr 9
This year events will take place around the world starting May 5th & ending May 12th! We encourage people with ME & all our allies to participate in . You can register, find an event, donate, & more by going to
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Amy McLaughlin Apr 8
I feel inarticulate fury reading this. We're almost all of us too sick for 'self help groups' by which I suppose he meant support groups. There are no damn secondary gains. There is no perverse luxuriating in illness. There is just a living death sentence.
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Open Medicine Foundation Apr 8
An encouraging account of how one doctor changed his views on ME/CFS and is now spreading the word: "This condition has been so mismanaged throughout medicine. ... We have made well-meaning recommendations that were harmful. I can say that; it’s the truth.
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Larissa Fan Apr 7
Replying to @GinettePT @CMA_Docs
As a Canadian w/ I don't experience these qualities if fairness, equity and support. I feel ignored & abandoned by my gov't. Please do something to help Cdns with , most of whom cannot even find a doctor knowledgeable about the illness.
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Larissa Fan Apr 7
Physician education, more specialists, encourage and fund research. deserve health care. The neglect is causing harm.
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Olivia Fitch Apr 7
Yet the Canadian government has yet to take action or to even acknowledge this devastating neurological disease. 580,000 Canadians and their loved ones are waiting on you & to
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