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Further commentary on the PACE trial: Biased methods and unreliable outcomes   -   This article draws on expert commentaries to further detail the critical methodological failures and biases identified in the PACE trial.   [read more]   August 25, 2017   K. J. Geraghty
# of Ratings: 2 | comments: 0

PACE trial authors continue to ignore their own null effect   -   Small, self-reported improvements in subjective measures cannot be used to say the PACE trial interventions are effective.   [read more]   August 26, 2017   M. Vink
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 0

PACE team response shows a disregard for the principles of science   -   The failure of the academic community to recognize the weakness of trials of this type suggests that a major overhaul of quality control is needed.   [read more]   August 27, 2017   J. Edwards
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 1

Once again, the PACE authors respond to concerns with empty answers   -   Investigators avoid acknowledging the obvious problems with PACE and offer non-answers instead-arguments that fall apart quickly under scrutiny.   [read more]   August 28, 2017   David Tuller
# of Ratings: 2 | comments: 0

The problem of bias in behavioural intervention studies: Lessons from the PACE trial   -   In non-blinded trials, the issue of reporting biases deserves greater attention.   [read more]   September 02, 2017   C. Wilshire
# of Ratings: 3 | comments: 0

Bias, misleading information and lack of respect for alternative views have distorted perceptions of ...   -   PACE trial authors' approach to criticisms undermines the scientific process and is inconsistent with best practice.   [read more]   September 03, 2017   E. Goudsmit and S. Howes
# of Ratings: 3 | comments: 0

PACE investigators' response is misleading regarding patient survey results   -   Misrepresentation of patient experience must be vigorously challenged.   [read more]   September 04, 2017   K. D. Kirke
# of Ratings: 5 | comments: 0

Cognitive behaviour therapy and objective assessments in chronic fatigue syndrome   -   There is a lack of evidence that cognitive behavioral therapy produces any improvement in a patient's physical capabilities or other objective measures.   [read more]   September 05, 2017   G. McPhee
# of Ratings: 6 | comments: 0

How have selection bias and disease misclassification undermined the validity of myalgic ...   -   Use of more specific and restrictive case definitions could improve research validity and drive progress in the field by reducing selection bias caused by diagnostic misclassification.   [read more]   September 07, 2017   L Nacul et al.
# of Ratings: 2 | comments: 0

Contesting the psychiatric framing of ME/CFS   -   The potentially harmful consequences of psychiatrisation can lead to people's experiential knowledge being discredited.   [read more]   September 08, 2017   Helen Spandler and Meg Allen
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 0

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