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To manipulate data and research in a way reminiscent of the spin which surrounded the PACE trial, as was detailed in "Methodological Inconsistencies in the PACE trial for ME/CFS" and elsewhere.
"When I was young and idealistic, I never thought that I would ever pull a PACE."

"The BMJ's new report upon misconduct in UK research shows that pulling a pace isn't that uncommon."

"No-one would have wanted to pay me for my treatments unless I had pulled a PACE."
by Chalder January 16, 2012
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