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Press coverage and responses to The Lancet PACE article

Monday 21 February 2011Newspapers

Press coverage

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The Age (Australia): Talk and exercise helps sufferers beat chronic fatigue symptoms

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BBC News – Health (UK): Brain and body training treats ME, UK study says

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The CFIDS Association of America (US): Falling Off the PACE: Analysis of the Lancet study
[also available as a PDF file, 731KB]

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The CFIDS Association of America (US): Too Big to Fail: Commentary on the PACE trial

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Daily Mail (UK): Got ME? Fatigued patients who go out and exercise have best hope of recovery, finds study

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The Daily Telegraph (UK): Exercise and therapy can help ME sufferers, study claims

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The Epoch Times (China): Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Alleviated by Exercise and Therapy: Study

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The Guardian (UK): Study finds therapy and exercise best for ME

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The Independent (UK): Got ME? Just get out and exercise, say scientists

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Irish Medical Times (UK): Cognitive behavioural therapy not harmful in chronic fatigue

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KVAL.com (UK): Study questions chronic fatigue treatment methods

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Los Angeles Times (US): Study says behavior and exercise therapy best for treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome

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The ME Association (UK): The Lancet publish the results of the PACE study, 18 February 2011

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The New York Times (US): Psychotherapy Eases Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Study Finds

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Reuters (UK): Pushing limits can help chronic fatigue patients

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Scotsman (UK): ME sufferers given hope as Scottish team leads way to new therapy

  Article plus video
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Sky News (UK): Talking And Exercise Could Cure ME - Study

  Video only
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The Lancet (UK): Trial reveals safe treatments for CFS

  Audio only
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The Lancet (UK): Authors discuss the results of the PACE trial concerning treatment strategies for chronic fatigue syndrome

 

Responses

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Action for M.E. (UK): PACE: “surprising and disappointing”

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The CFIDS Association of America (US): Falling Off the PACE: Analysis of the Lancet study

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Co-Cure (UK): Dr Ellen Goudsmit: NOT, RES: APT is not the same as pacing

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ME Action UK (UK): Professor Hooper’s Initial Response to the MRC PACE Trial Press Release hosted by The Lancet

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The ME Association (UK): ME Association press statement about the results of the PACE study

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NHS Choices (UK): Therapies 'moderately improve' CFS

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Nursing Times (UK): CBT and exercise challenge 'no cure' for ME

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Phoenix Rising (US): A Hitch in its Step: PACE Trial Indicates CBT/GET No Cure For CFS, 60% of Patients Show No Significant Effects

 


 

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