A Norwegian blogger has written a post about the study where even more critical points are made. I'm too brainfogged to get a hang of all the details, but here is the google translation in case someone are able to have a closer look. (Is the translation readable? Feel free to tag me if some parts are unclear and I'll be happy to try to translate) ToTo Neuroimmunologisk Kurativ Behandling: På ME-fronten: Bjarte Stubhaug med grovt forskningsetisk overtramp google translation: At the ME-frontline: Bjarte Stubhaug with severe research ethical oversteps Not in my wildest imagination, had I thought that researchers would misuse the PACE study's unregulated, as in unapproved protocol change, and then call it a new consensus for measurement efficacy in treatment studies for patients with Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) disease. This has actually happened in publication with psychiatrist Bjarte Stubhaug with the health trust Helse Fonna 's best blessing. This is not only grossly unethical in terms of research, but it is immoral and grossly fraudulent, as in not good research practice.