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The Government Attitude Needed

Government/advocate interactions frequently happen on a public stage, where everyone is rightly careful about what they say. Sometimes, though, we can get access to behind the scenes communication. In emails that the authors probably believed would remain private, we can … Continue reading

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Reality Checking, Dr. Nath

This is the second of a two part series. Part One described the controversy and my fact checking. Part Two presents my analysis of the potential danger to the Clinical Care study. As part of the renewed focus on ME/CFS … Continue reading

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Fact Checking, Dr. Nath

This is the first of a two part series. Part One describes the controversy and my fact checking. Part Two will present my analysis of what I found. As part of the renewed focus on ME/CFS at NIH, the National … Continue reading

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In Which I Rant at NPR

Two weeks ago, NPR published a story about the rise in Social Security disability claims. The bottom line of the story is that unemployed people are choosing to go on SSDI because they have conditions that prevent them from doing … Continue reading

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