Discussion in 'BioMedical ME/CFS Research' started by Adrian, Jan 23, 2018.
A new paper from Maureen Hanson's group
Basically looks like a null result? They talk of small non-significant differences. But still interesting to see what they have looked at,
I appreciate her honesty and mention about the “high diversity between individuals”. We need more women research scientists studying ME.
To state the obvious:
Also a null-result is a result.
It's of no help in the quest for a biomarker.
But in the long run, maybe of help for the general understanding.
And lots of subclinical and "insignificant" findings seem to be a typical sign of ME.
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