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Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Barriers Falling: Psychiatrist Slams Pace Trial, Proposes Antivirals for ME/CFS

Henderson, a psychiatrist, asserts herpesviruses are a major issue in misdiagnosed chronic fatigue syndrome adolescents and patients. Dr. William Pridgen, a surgeon, proposes antivirals and anti-inflammatories are knocking down herpesvirus infections in people with fibromyalgia. They’re bucking strong headwinds for sure, but their message is getting out there, and it’s getting into surprising places.

Psychiatry journals are the last place you’d think to find an article denouncing CBT and GET and embracing antiviral therapies. Thomas Henderson just penned an opinion piece titled The Role of Antiviral Therapy in Chronic Fatigue Treatment in Psychiatry Advisor doing just that, though.  When the Psychiatry Advisor’s editorial board (all MD’s) starts giving the OK to pieces like that you’ve got to think things are starting to change.

Barriers Falling: Psychiatrist Slams Pace Trial, Proposes Antivirals for ME/CFS - Health Rising

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