Monthly Archives: February 2016

Has the “Coyne of the Realm” been devalued?

[Please also see the follow-up post by my husband, Ed Burmeister, “Standing Up to Coyne and Against Unfair Treatment of ME Advocates.”] A recent addition to the ME advocacy community, Dr. James Coyne, has been celebrated as a savior of ME … Continue reading

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Brian Walitt’s Radical Bias: Disorders of Subjective Perception, ME/CFS as Normal Life Experience?

NIH has tapped Dr. Brian Walitt as the lead clinical investigator for its intramural study “Post-Infectious Myalgic Encephalomyopathy/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.” (For terminology, please see the end of the post.) Only a few months ago—in September 2015—Dr. Walitt gave an interview … Continue reading

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