This is breaking news.... I haven't checked it out yet, but hear that Dr. Kenny De Meirleir, MD,PhD, spoke at a press conference unveiling histeam's groundbreaking findings regarding theillness called Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/ChronicFatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). The presentationcovered the team's conclusions concerning thecomplex mechanisms of ME/CFS pathogenesis, a diagnostic test they have developed "for a major cause of ME," and possible therapeutic strategies.
Check out the slides of a CFS patient's blood compared to someone who is healthy:
Very interesting information and quite exciting. This is what I would consider a huge breakthrough in research. It's interesting that they mention long-term, high stress as a factor (as i've always thought stress played a role in FMS and CFS).
Congrats as this is an important discovery and it's been a long time coming.
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