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Not able to attend recent screenings of Unrest or other events in Massachusetts?
Videos from these events are now posted.
Video from Hampshire College (Amherst, February 2019)
Video from MGH Institute of Health Professions (Boston, January 2019)
Video from Boston University (Boston, October 2018)
Video from Cooley Dickinson Hospital (Northampton, May 2018)
Video from Massachusetts State House (Boston, April 2018)
Video from Massachusetts Department of Public Health (Boston, March 2018)
Video from Regent Theatre (Arlington MA, Nov. 2017)
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How Investigative Journalism Succeeds in a Hostile Medical Environment: A Conversation with David Tuller
DrPH and investigative journalist
David Tuller has been writing since 2015 about the controversial PACE study, which purported to "prove" that Graded Exercise Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy could cure ME/CFS. Top researchers who have reviewed the study say it is fraught with indefensible methodological problems. Building on the work of ME/CFS advocates and researchers, Tuller exposed these flaws in a series of carefully researched articles. In addition to his work on PACE, he has written articles about ME/CFS for the New York Times and other publications.
Learn first-hand how journalism can advance science and public awareness of a devastating disease.
Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, 1 - 3:30 p.m.
Newton Wellesley Hospital, Newton MA
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Notice about names
The Massachusetts ME/CFS & FM Association would like to clarify the use of the various acronyms for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Chronic Fatigue & Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) on this site. When we generate our own articles on the illness, we will refer to it as ME/CFS, the term now generally used in the United States. When we are reporting on someone else’s report, we will use the term they use. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other federal agencies, including the CDC, are currently using ME/CFS.
Massachusetts ME/CFS & FM Association changed its name in July, 2018, to reflect this consensus.