Tag Archives: Brian Walitt

The #CoyneEffect: Is the ME Community Stepping Up or Backing Down?

In order to fully appreciate this entry, please read “Has the ‘Coyne of the Realm’ been devalued?” If you still have steam afterwards, there is more background information in “Standing Up to Coyne and Against Unfair Treatment of ME Advocates.” … Continue reading

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Standing Up to Coyne and Against Unfair Treatment of ME Advocates

[Update 5/5/16: For context and background on Ed’s post below, please read my blog post, “Has the “Coyne of the Realm” been devalued?” It describes in detail some of Coyne’s abuse of patients in the ME community, including myself. The mistreatment seems to be ongoing, … Continue reading

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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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