Quick and dirty (google) translation from: http://mecvs.nl/nieuws/richtlijn-cvs-uit-2013-geschrapt/ Following the recent Dutch Health Council opinion on ME / CFS: The "Nederlandse Huisartsengenootschap (NHG)" (The Dutch College of General Practitioners ) has removed the 2013 multidisciplinary guideline from the database on the 'Guidelines and practice' page from its website. The reference to the NHG standard "SOLK" (somatically insufficiently explained physical complaints) has also been removed. With this, cognitive behavioral therapy (CGT) and graded exercise therapy (GET) for general practitioners are no longer the recommended treatments for ME and CFS. The patient organizations had informed the NHG that the CFS guideline was not up to date, both according to the guideline itself, which states that the revision was due in 2017, and in the light of the recent Health Council opinion on ME / CFS. The CFS Guideline does not correspond with what is stated in the Health Council's advisory report on the development of the disease, the typing as a multisystem disease, the diagnosis, the treatment and the socio-medical assessment.