I have not proof-read the Google translation (edit: some comments in brackets now added), but at least in its original, untranslated state, the...
Can't comment on that.
An alternative interpretation would be testing (indirectly) for genetic components.
Do I interpret this correctly?
Fatigued children do (usually) not have fatigued parents?
I'm returning to reading some other papers by Tamara Tuuminen.
It seems to me as if the Finns have had a longstanding interest in moulds and...
The idea of "five dilemmas" is probably most of all a mode of story-telling.
This seems strange to many people!
But I'm more or less the same! In the last 10 years, the only flu-like condition I've experienced was when I...
They seem to be productive in Würzburg! :)
From another s4me-thread:
My impression too!
(I was taught the concept in the 1980s. I never understood its being controversial.)
It may actually depend of what culture one comes from.
This three-for-one is exactly how also I would have done it, if I had had a million to...
I do agree on your estimation (close to 100%), but not on what you then write. ;)
People who appear insane to their peers do really exist.
Thanks from me too. :thumbup:
I've not read the transcript yet, but I will be able to, ultimately, contrary to spoken conversations. :(
This is also my judgement. :unsure:
A pity, though! It might have been interesting, if she had been less focused on alt.med and the unproved...
How to explain the evolutionary advantages of Sickness Behavior.
This article is from 2015. Maybe the scientific frontier has advanced since....
Very interesting. Thanks a lot for the link, @Hip !
(Once upon a time, when I worked at a department för infectious diseases, we had a few...
Sir Simon Wesley, MD.
Honestly, I would rather prefer to see someone else replicating this, with more trustworthy inclusion criteria.
Compared with what ME specialists say in other parts of the world, I wouldn't complain.
But isn't that rather typical of clinicians?...
Maybe my remark here is off topic, and I've currently no power to read all of the rest of this thread before writing a comment, so please forgive...
In English, October 17th:
14:10 Analysis of the Rituximab study and other immunological findings.
Researchers from Bergen University
To me, personally, dr Systrom's is the most hope-inspiring lecture or interview I've seen this year. But dr Oaklander for sure is less...
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