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Trimble is a junk scientist Nov. 30 2009
By Justin Reilly, esq. - Published on
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Trimble includes ME (CFS) and Fibromyalgia as somatoform disorders noting that people with ME show "Abnormal Illness Behaviour" like avoiding exercise, remaining bedbound and "often adopting a wheelchair lifestyle and a destiny of dependence." There are over 4,000 articles in peer reviewed medical journals showing frank biological pathology in ME. Numerous researchers since 1986 have found retrovirus infection in ME. Prof. Nancy Klimas, one of the worlds top clinicians and bench scientists in ME and AIDS said recently in the NY Times she would rather have HIV than ME. Trimble's unscientific bias is reprehensible.