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Petition: Support For Dr Myhill's Complaint To The UK's General Medical Council

Saturday 3 March 2018


From Craig Robinson on


PACE Trial quote

I am showing my support for Dr Myhill's complaint to the GMC about the PACE authors

Craig Robinson started this petition to The General Medical Council
24 February 2018
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On 14th January 2018, Dr Myhill complained to the Chair of the General Medical Council [GMC], Sir Terence Stephenson, about the authors of the PACE study [Comparison of adaptive pacing therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, graded exercise therapy, and specialist medical care for chronic fatigue syndrome (PACE): a randomised trial]:

The full details of this Complaint can be found here:

The purpose of this petition is to show the GMC just how many ME sufferers, and non ME sufferers alike, support this Complaint. By signing this petition, you are showing that support.

This petition is open to UK and non UK citizens

Thank you.


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