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For ARTICLES please click on the links below.
ME or CFS: that is the question.
Ellen Goudsmit, PhD, FBPsS, is a psychologist who has long studied ME and CFS. She believes that the diagnostic confusion between what are two quite separate conditions is unhelpful both for sufferers and for the understanding of both conditions.
FoodsMatter carries three of her articles on the subject: Classic ME: the basics which defines ME; ME or CFS, that is the question which explores the differences between the two conditions, and ME: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or a distinct clinical entity, a fully referenced academic paper from which the two articles are drawn.
Secret papers reveal funding refused to researchers looking into link between Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and vaccinations. Article from Vactruth. October 2012
Chronic Fatigue sufferers ignored by NHS - report from AFME – September 2012
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and chronic gut infections – Dr. Kenny De Meirleir
Hookworm honeymoon – cohabiting with worms may help to treat ME and CFS
Lynn Gilderdale dies after 16 years of total ME (she could neither speak nor move and had to be fed by tube) resulting from a tuberculosis vaccination.
The great thyroid debate: an investigation into the function of the thyroid, and the problems with diagnosis – Michelle Berriedale-Johnson and Foods Matter Readers 2006
Music and ME: describing how the sound sensitivity that often accompanies ME can affect the way sufferers listen to music – John Scott
A Journey to the Dustbin: A poem by Kath Arnold who suffers from ME
Genes matter in CFS: a report on research suggesting that those suffering from ME and CFS may be more susceptible to ME-triggering viral infections, traumas and stresses than others – John Scott 2006
First Published in 2006
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