Den syge på Fanø: Skal de kronisk trætte træne? google translation: The patient at Fanø: Should the chronically tired exercise? Please look beyond the dreadful title, as the article itself is rather good. Contains interview with David Tovey and the director of the National Board of Health Søren Bostrøm who still defends the PACE trial by calling it "the greatest and best evidence base for graded exercise and cognitive behavioural therapy". Patients with the mystical disorder chronic fatigue syndrome, myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) - eg. Marie Louise Gustavussen from Fanø, whom Politiken has mentioned - gets better at graduated, individually adapted training. It established the golden standard in the medical world, a so-called Cochrane review, in both 2015 and 2017. The Cochrane review reviewed the 8 key scientific studies with a total of 1,518 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome to look at the effects of custom training and conclude: "Graduated training has a positive effect on people's daily physical functioning, sleep and overall self-rated health". ..... But now, the scientific basis for exercise therapy has been questioned by years of massive criticism from especially patient groups.