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7, 9 Feb: Coyne on PACE: Hope 4 ME & Fibro NI

The scandal of the $5m UK PACE trial for ME: What can be done?

Hope 4 ME & Fibro Northern Ireland wih Jo-Anne Dobson MLA:
“The scandal of the $5m UK PACE trial for ME: What can be done?”
Presented by James C. Coye. PhD

Professionals Sessions: Tuesday Feb 9, 2016 – Stormont
Open Session: Sunday Feb 7, 2016 – Venue TBC

Hope 4 ME & Fibro NI are delighted that James C. Coyne will be speaking at two events in Northern Ireland.

James Coyne will be highlighting the scandal of the £5m PACE Trial for ME, and asking what can be done?

James Coyne, PhD, is Professor of Health Psychology at University Medical Center, Groningen, the Netherlands where he teaches scientific writing and critical thinking.

He is currently advocating internationally for release of the PACE trial data.

About Hope 4 ME and Fibro NI

Hope 4 ME & Fibro NI meets 1st Tuesday of every month at 7 pm in the Mourne Country Hotel Newry, refreshments are served at 7.30pm and our guest speaker begins at 8 pm.

“We welcome anyone who suffers from ME/CFS or Fibromyalgia, their carers and family members are welcome too. We have various speakers throughout the year from alternative therapists, to laughter yoga, benefits information and up to date information on treatments. Membership is £15 per year, or £3 per meeting.

“Our group is positive, supportive and encouraging. We fund raise regularly throughout the year to fund Bio-Medical research. We liaise with ME Research UK, ME Association, Action for ME, Invest in ME and the Irish ME Trust.

“We have hosted many patient and medical conferences with the following specialist speakers Dr. Judy Mikovits,(CA) Dr. Derek Enlander,(NY) Dr.Charles Shepherd (UK) and Dr.Mark VanNess (CA). Our support group Medical adviser is Dr. William Weir, Scientific adviser is Dr. Vance Spence and our Patron is Dr. Anne MacIntyre.”

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Written by Russell Logan

Russell Logan worked as a magazine publisher and editor until forced into early retirement through ill health with ME. He has battled with moderate to severe ME for 25 years. He now lives in Noosaville, Australia.

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