The architects of the PACE trial appear to be very confused - they cannot tell the difference between neuroimmune illness and psychiatric illness. Or maybe they are just evil. I am not even going to link to the published research, it would be like linking to medical porn, I am so angry and disgusted, but really why should we be surprised at their orgiastic cries of CBT and GET? I am equally disgusted at the Guardian for publishing these results as if they had even a grain of credibility. Okay, we can't educate the psychiatrists - denial of neuroimmune ME is their goal and nothing will shift them. And make no mistake, this is about patient neglect, clinical apartheid, deliberate obfuscation. These psychiatrists have made it their career to deny that ME is neurological, they think they can force us into recovery because CBT and GET are cheap to deliver. I wish we could ignore them, treat them as the mad cartoon professors they are - with their treacherous fingers on the CBT/GET button - but incomprehensibly and shockingly the 'expertise' of these vandals still ladders its way down to NICE, the NHS and the DWP. We have to keep fighting them, we have to. However, I am quite honestly, all out of fight at this time and I can't afford to be this stressed, it was undoubtedly the stress of my book being published that led to my developing uveitis and I try to avoid stress as much as possible now. I dread a recurrence of uveitis and I simply can't allow these PACE bastards to get to me. And we can't stand in our city squares for eighteen days - at least, not without CBT and GET miracle cures!!! - but we can try and educate health editors, make them see the truth behind the PACE trial. So, please tweet @TheLancet, @sarahboseley (The Guardian: Study finds therapy and exercise best for ME) and @martinbeckford (The Telegraph: Exercise and therapy can help ME sufferers, study claims), @bbc, and any other editor who published this nonsense. Try and make them see sense and maybe they will think twice about publishing such harmful research on our illness in future. (I don't see a Twitter account for the Indy health editor Jeremy Laurance (Got ME? Just get out and exercise, say scientists) - if anyone knows, please tell me.) Maybe I'm shooting the messenger here, but all thanks to such irresponsible, sensationalist media, the concept of ME as a psycho-social illness is now lodged in the public consciousness again. So tweet these editors the link to the letters Professor Hooper wrote to the MRC. Or tweet them one of the many articles on the flaws of this farcical, dangerous PACE research that didn't actually fucking use patients with neurological ME (brilliant statement from Invest in ME linked above). Education, education, education!