Clark Ellis

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Clark Ellis is a UK writer who is mostly housebound because of Graded Exercise Therapy, a highly controversial treatment for myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).[1] In his blog, The Self-Taught Author, he writes about ME/CFS advocacy, "the politics at play, about bad research like PACE and good research like the End ME/CFS Project, and interviewing doctors or advocates, fundraising, etc."[2]

Advocacy[edit]

Mr Ellis wrote the series, "Forbidden Fruits," calling for PACE trial data to be released[3][4] and in Part 3 began a series calling on UK ME Charities to join in on the PACE trial data requests.[5][6] Part 5 is an open letter to Association of Young People with ME.[7]

Online presence[edit]

Learn more[edit]

See also[edit]

PACE trial

References[edit]

  1. Twitter
  2. https://autodidactauthor.wordpress.com/about/
  3. PACE Trial’s Forbidden Fruit: Why We Must Be Allowed A Look Inside 12/13/2015
  4. PACE Trial’s Forbidden Fruit: Is The Data Really Poisonous? 1/25/2016
  5. PACE Trial’s Forbidden Fruit, Part 3: Charities Must Echo Patient Calls For Data Release 1/01/2016
  6. PACE Trial’s Forbidden Fruits: The Fruit of Your Labour 1/15/2016
  7. PACE Trial’s Forbidden Fruits: An open letter to AYME 1/18/2016


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