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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME) symptom-based phenotypes & 1-year treatment outcomes in two clinical cohorts of adult patients.., 2017, Collin et al

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  1. Andy

    Andy Committee Member

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    Someone kindly messaged our Facebook page to highlight this to us
    Open access at http://www.jpsychores.com/article/S0022-3999(17)30841-3/fulltext

    They would appear to have figured out that the more severely ill you are, the harder you are to treat, or to put it another way, if you actually have ME/CFS then their treatments are less effective. :banghead:
     
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    They should never have highjacked ME for their chronic fatique idea fix.
     
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    And those with less severe symptoms are probably more likely to subjectively self report improvement even though none actually exists.
     
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    Exactly..

    That said, it looks like this article was written by the first three authors with less input from Crawley/Knoop...
     
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