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Simon Wessely:


The same doctor being paid enormous sums of money to deny M.E., Gulf war Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme Disease, organo-phosphate poisoning and the Camelford water poisoning incident.


PRISMA chronic fatigue syndrome programme

Wessely is an adviser to PRISMA Health, which was founded in 1999 and began establishing its programme in Europe and North America. Its head office and the corporate staff are based in Essen, Germany, and its president in the year 2000 was George F. Thoma, a German managing partner at Shearman & Sterling, a global law firm with more than 1,000 lawyers based in the world’s financial capitals. Representatives of the US government and the most powerful corporations of North America, such as Monsanto, have visited the company’s offices in New York. Thoma is a member of the company’s Mergers & Acquisitions Group, and practises primarily in the areas of corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring and privatisations. As adviser, he devised the CFS programme that PRISMA offers to insurance companies for those with chronic fatigue syndrome.





De voor- en nadelen van het label chronisch vermoeidheidssyndroom ( Wesseley)


Hoe zou een professor uit het Verenigd Koninkrijk de kwaliteitskrant van Vlaanderen zover kunnen krijgen dat ze een artikel zomaar verwijderen? De Vlaamse pers is terughoudender dan de pers in de UK en USA. Zou het kunnen dat de beruchte Britse libel laws er voor iets tussen zitten? Op zich is er niks mis met wetgeving die bescherming biedt tegen laster en eerroof, maar wat de Britse libel laws berucht maakt, is dat ze wereldwijd kunnen ingezet worden om journalisten, bloggers, dokters, wetenschappers, … het zwijgen op te leggen wanneer ze bijvoorbeeld wanpraktijken aan het licht willen brengen.




Simon Wessely's latest

http://blog.seniorennet.be/jules/archief.php?ID=43 Fraude Wesseley
http://www.investinme.org/Article-020%20What%20is%20ME%20What%20is%20CFS.htm UNUM's "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Management Plan"


Background to, consideration of, and quotations from the Manuals for the Medical Research Council’s PACE Trial of behavioural interventions for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis,together with evidence that such interventions are unlikely to be effective and may even be contraindicated


Professor Wessely should be granted a dictionary of his own, so far has he stretched the meaning of the English language while attempting to explain that ME although a ‘real’ illness, is often first imagined. He has trodden the tightrope of confusing semantics with the balance of Blondel and the focus of a train spotter.


Professor Simon Wessely MA, BM BCh, MSc, MD, FRCP, FRCPsych, F Med Sci.
Vice Dean, Academic Psychiatry, Teaching and Training: Institute of Psychiatry
Head, Department of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry
Director, King’s Centre for Military Health Research,


 Wessely S (2009). Surgery for the treatment of psychiatric illness: the need to test untested theories


A consideration of the role of professor Simon Wesseley and other members of the Wesseley school in the perception ofmyalgic encephalomyelitis in the UK.


The PRISMA statement for reporting systematic reviews and meta-analyses of studies that evaluate healthcare interventions: explanation and elaboration


It’s time to stop separating psychiatry and neurology( wesseley)


Wesseley story continues


Professor Simon Wessely — deep undercover


A Review, with References, of the Role of Dr (now Professor) Simon Wessely in the Perception of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis UPDATE:  1996 - 1999


Wee Simon, when will you stop whining and making up stories? The quarter-million sufferers in your country have enough travail without being accused of plotting your murder, too. Eventually, science will unravel your fantastic, often hilarious claims of recent decades and you will have to face your professional death. Rest easy. History will remember you as one of the biggest nutters in contemporary medicine. Until then, thank you for making so many people angry. It’s a great motivator.


Current medical consensus holds that Gulf War veterans indeed display unusually high rates of various health problems, but that these conditions don’t constitute a discrete illness or syndrome, Wessely says.”


Story Wesseley


 Wessely's Words

http://www.entretiens-du-carla.com/publication.php?pub=fibro Fibromyalgia (FM) is a clinical entity of unknown cause characterized by chronic diffused pain referred to the soft musculoskeletal tissues. Patients with FM also have allodynia, fatigue, sleep disorders, cognitive disturbances, psychological distress and headache. Important doubts subsist on the pathophysiological mechanisms of this disorder


The Views of Dr Simon Wessely on M.E.


It is also home to controversial "Gulf War Syndrome" psychiatrist Simon Wessely, director of the Centre for Military Health Research at King's College London and who had been claiming ME/CFS is not a physical condition but a mental one contrary to the definition used around the world.


Medically unexplained symptoms: exacerbating factors in the doctor–patient encounter


Diurnal excretion of urinary cortisol, cortisone, and cortisol metabolites in chronic fatigue syndrome


Notes on medical reference papers on CFS / ME

http://www.whale.to/a/lord_david_sainsbury.html Lord (David) Sainsbury of Turville has been Science Minister in Tony Blair’s government since 1998.  He is also a member of the cabinet biotechnology committee, Sci-Bio, responsible for national policy on GM crops and foods, and as such is a key adviser to Blair on GM technology. He is also a donor to Blair's Labour Party. He gave Labour its biggest ever single donation in September 1997. On October 3 1997 he was made a life peer by Blair and a year later Minister for Science.
Campaigning for Research into
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis RiME MARCH ...

Walker details the work of the Linbury Trust. Since 1991 the Linbury Trust has invested £5 million in CFS; the bulk of which funds parties who support the psychiatric aetiology of CFS. By supporting the 'Wessely School' the Trust has contributed to it becoming dominant within the British medical establishment.

The Linbury Trust has three trustees: Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover, Chairman of the Board of the Sainsbury business 1969-89; Lady Sainsbury; and Judith Portrait, the Trust's solicitor.

Walker draws the reader's attention to Lord David Sainsbury (of Turville since 1997), a trustee of other Sainsbury interests. He donated £7 million to the Labour Party 1996-2001 and in 1998 was appointed the govt minister for science. This post would make him Parliamentary under-secretary of state for Science and Innovations, responsible for the office of Science and Technology and the chemical and biotechnical industries as well as Research Councils including the MRC.

The Dept of Science is now at the Dept of Trade and Industry where pharmaceuticals and other industries have worked determinedly to get science policy inside the DTI.

It will be recalled that Lord Sainsbury has made financial donations in excess of £13.5 million to Prime Minister Blair’s New Labour Party, for which he was rewarded by being granted a title and the post of Minister of Science, a position that affords control of the Medical Research Council.  - but to target those with ME/ICD-CFS on the basis that they suffer from a mental disorder seems sinister indeed.


The act of diagnosis: pros and cons of labelling chronic fatigue syndrome MARCUS J. H. HUIBERS1* AND SIMON WESSELY


The Views of Dr. Simon Wessely on M.E.: Scientific misconduct in the selection and presentation of available evidence?


The mental health movement: Persecution of patients_ A consideration of the role of professor Simon Wesseley and other members of the Wessely school in the perception of ME in the UK



A consideration of the role of prof.Simon Wesseley and other members of the Wesseley school in the perception of ME in the UK  Background Briefing for the House of Commons Select Health Committee


Observations on Professor Simon Wessely’s evidence to  Lord Lloyd’s  Public Inquiry into Gulf War Illnesses




Consideration of some issues relating to the  published views

of Psychiatrists of the  "Wessely School" in relation

to their belief  about the nature,cause and treatment of
 myalgic encephalomyelitis


A very modern epidemic


The spiritual roots of cfs


Problems continue within U.S. government agencies by Mary Schweitzer, Ph.D.


The mental health movement : persecution of patients ? A consideration of the role os Wesseley and other member’s of the Wesseley school in the perception of Me in the UK





Some Documents of Relevance to the ME/CFS Community:

Notes on the involvement of Wessely et al with the Insurance Industry and how they deal with ME/CFS claims

Views of Simon Wesseley

Symposium 05/02/2004 patiënten vereniging Waas en Dender