An eighth batch of responses to NICE CFS / ME Editorial and Review: BMJ

An eighth batch of responses to the NICE CFS/ME Editorial and Review have been published on the Rapid Response pages of the BMJ website

EDITORIALS:
Peter White, Maurice Murphy, Jill Moss, George Armstrong, and Sir Peter Spencer Chronic fatigue syndrome or myalgic encephalomyelitis

BMJ 2007; 335: 411-412

All responses to this Editorial can be read here

4] Missed chance
6 September 2007

Andrew Ashley, GP, Bath
 

5] Survey data does not support their claims
7 September 2007

Annette L Barclay, too disabled to work but would like to very much, w9 1dt

6] Re: Survey data does not support their claims
11 September 2007

Giuseppe Melecci, unemployes, ME13 7EX
 

7]  PACE, NICE and FINE : Patients Perspective.
12 September 2007

R M Cox, Unable to work, Patient respondent to the NICE Consultative Process via the MEA as Stakeholder
 

8] WHO is relieved by NICE?
13 September 2007

Douglas T Fraser, Unable to work, London W6
 

PRACTICE:
R Baker and E J Shaw
Diagnosis and management of chronic fatigue syndrome or myalgic encephalomyelitis (or encephalopathy): summary of NICE guidance
BMJ 2007; 335: 446-448

All responses to this Review can be read here

24] A serious lack of evidence for NICE guidelines
10 September 2007

Ruth Nolan, Unable to work due to M.E., Ireland

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