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Yet more research shows chronic fatigue syndrome is real. When will health services catch up? | Naomi Chainey

Despite hopeful research, it will be years before chronic fatigue syndrome is taken seriously by GPs and healthcare services. Exercise is not the answer When the New York Times publishes a piece on the glaring flaws in a large study conducted on the effectiveness of recommended treatments for chronically ill people, saying claims of recovery are “overstated” and “not justified by the data”, I can’t imagine that’s a good thing.
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