A positive article was published in the Daily Mail online site yesterday about the Newcastle cellular biogenetics research: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5058807/People-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-exhausted.html Interestingly, it included a sidebar devoted entirely to the PACE controversy: SCIENTISTS ANGRY AT 'FLAWED' TRIAL The study findings come after angry scientists threw cheap insults at each other regarding the 'flawed' results of a landmark £5 million British study on chronic fatigue syndrome. One medical journal dedicated its entire August edition to ripping apart the 'unreliable' PACE trial, which was funded by taxpayers. In response, three editors at the Journal of Health Psychology, who are all scientists, have resigned. One said the journal displayed 'unacceptable one-sidedness'. An upset co-editor of the journal hit back and told him to 'f*** off' for his 'attempted bullying', leaked emails obtained by The Times show. He also called him a 'disgusting old fart neoliberal hypocrite' - despite once considering him a 'hero' and referring to him as a 'Trotskyite' in his younger days. I wondered if this indicates a turn in the tide in terms of UK media coverage - that instead of loads of articles in which PACE is presented unquestioningly, now every story about ME/CFS will include a PACE-kicking section whether the research relates to PACE or not.