Sunday, October 23, 2011

Norway's Directorate of Health Apologises for not having established proper health care services for ME Patients thanks to CBT psychiatrists

Bjørn Guldvog, Deputy Director General of theNorwegian Directorate of Health made the following statement
"Jeg tror at vi, i for liten grad, har klart å møte menneskene som har kronisk utmattelsessyndrom på en god nok måte. Jeg tror at det er riktig å si at vi ikke har utviklet en god nok helsetjeneste for disse, og det beklager jeg."
"I think that we have not cared for people with ME to a great enough extent. I think it is correct to say that we have not established proper health care services for these people, and I regret that."
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will the UK health authorities apologise for:

the three decades of neglect, contempt and abuse that M.E. patients have been subject to

the recent well orchestrated media campaign misrepresenting people with this neurological illness as 'violent terrorists

the inappropriate handing of all research and treatment funding to psychiatrists known to have links to private health insurance companies (including the £5 million wasted on the PACE trial that deliberately excluded people with the neurological illness M.E.)



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