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University of Bristol - flyer for CFS/ME Research Nov 2018

Discussion in 'PsychoSocial ME/CFS Research' started by Sly Saint, Dec 2, 2018.

  1. Sly Saint

    Sly Saint Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    Tuskegee syphilis experiment, Stanford prison experiment, etc and now we can soon add the Bristol child experiment to the long infamous list of harm-inducing 'research'.

    History will not remember Crawley kindly.
     
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    A study on whether teenagers have mood problems? Would be like studying whether monkeys have tails.
     
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    Wouldn't it be more informative to study children and adolescents with ME who do not have mood problems, as identifying how they cope with a major disabling condition might give ideas of how to support all those who reasonablely struggle with such a condition whilst being misunderstood by medical professionals and pressured into potentially harmful treatments?
     
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    I wonder whether they study mood and mental health problems in children with other chronic disabling physical illnesses too.
     
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    But that risks undermining the researchers belief system. They would not want to risk demonstrating any mood issues were a normal response to a major disabling condition. Also it is dangerously heading towards an adequate experimental design with actual control groups and things like that.
     
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