Another paper claiming effect when there is none at all
This is a ridiculous take in my honest opinion
The idea is that long lived plasma cells are involved (I dont know how effective Daratumumab is against them specifically)
I didnt, but the problem has just disappeared. I rarely get it now
This is actually a good point you raise here. Because there is a difference between the intensity of PEM I can get on any given day after doing...
I dont understand how one can look at this negatively, and I dont personally see the relevance of your points either Ash. Its a friggin charity...
I know, but they didnt use 15 years to start a phase 1 study.
Hopefully something good will come out of all the funding to OMF, I`m just saying...
Ufortunately I have lost trust in OMF. I hear more talk than i read research, and ultimately that is all I can judge them on
Why on earth would they include patients who took antidepressants. That clearly makes the results highly questionable
maybe it was halloween
Not sure, they said so in their new published hypophesis. Not sure if they specified
Just wanted to add: Fluge & Mella recently hypophezised ME might be driven by autoantibodies to g protein coupled receptors.
Maybe because we ME-patients work out metabolically all day he he
Interesting, I just found out via test that I have low xanthine. is that the same as hypoxanthine?
Nice, that dampens my worry significantly.
I dont know these guys other than Shepherd, are they all against GET and CBT?
Thats concerning tbh
It might be statistically significant, but the increase in meters does not seem to be imo. Having this as the only outcome makes results too...
This part surpised me however:
"We speculate that cognitive techniques,
which are reported to help subgroups of
patients, might act by...
One of the better hyphophesises ive seen presented on the field. Clearly explained, and with concrete treatment suggestions. Regardless of it...
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