Chief Medical Officer Report 2002

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In 2002 the CFS/ME Working Group submitted its report to the UK government's then Chief Medical Officer, Sir Liam Donaldson, titled A report of the CFS/ME Working Group. The previous Chief Medical Officer, Dr Kenneth Calman, asked the working group to submit recommendations regarding future policy direction. The working group suffered several resignations, both from professionals and from patient groups.

Professor Michael Sharpe responded.[1]

Doctor Michael Fitzpatrick responded critically, referring to patients as suffering from "self-deception".[2]

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