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A small victory for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers via iPaper

A small victory for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers via iPaper

Do you have ME as well as Fibromyalgia ?

A small victory for Chronic Fatgiue Syndrome sufferers after iPaper reports:

When you go to the GP with CFS, one of the things they advise is 'gradual exercise' Thing is, if you’ve been crawling to the toilet for two months because you can’t walk, this advice is as welcome as


So why do doctors prescribe this? Well one of the most influential clinical trials into how to treat CFS suggested that graded exercise worked. It was called the PACE trial.

(2016) Felicity Morse; A small victory Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers - iPaper

Please find link below;


Now the ME/CFS/SEID community gets a chance to hear the findings of the PACE Trial after requesting them to be made public ! A victory for those supporting this request

More about the request here;


This is great isn't it? - I'm so happy for the ME/CFS/SEID community ! :)

Best Wishes

Emma :)

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Independent analysis of PACE trial data before MAGENTA bmjopen.bmj.com/content/6/7... continues is the new priority for protecting patients from harmful treatments.


Thanks for very interesting post.


Hi Mdaisy , Thanks for the info.I have CFS and definitely feel it along with all its other names should be recognized. Have a good evening.Peck 🐤

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Absolutely wonderful post my friend, thank you. I have used a link to this to another post that I thought may find this very useful.

All my hopes and dreams for you

Ken x :)

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Thanks for posting. I think the only time graded activity would work is if youre getting better anyway and just need to build up fitness. Other than that it is a load of....rubbish. i hope this report slates the trial.

Can you keep us updated please? X


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