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David Tuller Public Lecture In Adelaide

Thursday 5 April 2018


David Tuller
David Tuller

David Tuller

Public Lecture, Tuesday 10th April 2018

PDFDownload flyer (PDF) (This flyer is designed for those outside of the ME/CFS community so please print off and pass on.)

"One of the biggest medical scandals of the 21st century."
Carol Monaghan, MP, 20th Feb 2018, UK Parliament

"Findings of £5m ME chronic fatigue study ‘worthless’."
The Times, 22nd March 2018

David Tuller, PhD, is an investigative journalist and Senior Fellow in Public Health in Journalism at the Center of Global Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. Editor and journalist and at the San Francisco Chronicle for ten years, David also writes about health issues for The New York Times.

Globally, David has been the public voice of debunking the controversial ‘PACE’ trial (The Lancet, 2011), which has been hugely influential in potentially harmful recommendations of Graded Exercise Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as a treatment, and even cure, for up to 20 million people worldwide with ME/CFS (aka Chronic Fatigue Syndrome).

Crowdfunding has brought David to Australia to meet with biomedical researchers and sufferers to learn of our local context. In Canberra he has been advocating and lobbying to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and the Chief Medical Officer as current Australian treatment guidelines are up to 16 years old and continue to recommend exercise and CBT as treatment and to require it before qualifying for a Disability Support Pension.

David's original 2015 exposé on PACE’s published ‘positive trial outcomes’, based on fraudulent data manipulation, was 15,000 words and he has written extensively on the failure of ‘science’ since on Virology Blog:

Join us to hear more about accountability and integrity versus vested interests in science and medical treatment.


Tuesday, 10th April 2018
7:15 for a 7:30 pm start, until 9 pm
SACOSS, 47 King William Road, Unley, in the Marjorie Black Community Room (Entrance via Young Street)

Gold Coin Donation
Wheelchair and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) friendly.
Please refrain from wearing perfumes, aftershaves etc.






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