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An ME/CFS and FM Recovery Story   -   How one woman discovered the keys to her recovery from ME/CFS.   [read more]   June 24, 2016   Helen Germanos
# of Ratings: 24 | comments: 2

Attentional and interpretive bias towards illness-related information in chronic fatigue syndrome: A ...   -   Study claims some people with CFS have biases in the way they attend to and interpret somatic information.   [read more]   June 25, 2016   A. Hughes et al.
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 1

New Hemispherx Prez Says Getting Ampligen Approval Top Priority   -     [read more]   June 29, 2016   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 3 | comments: 1

#ISpeakForPain Blitz   -   People making decisions that significantly affect your quality of life (federal officials, legislators and policy makers) need to hear from you. Joining #ISpeakForPain and telling your story can affect policy decisions and new areas of research.   [read more]   July 05, 2016   NFMCPA
# of Ratings: 12 | comments: 1

The Crucial Role CoQ10 Plays in Fibromyalgia and ME/CFS   -   CoQ10, often deficient in fibromyalgia and ME/CFS, is essential in order for the mitochondria to produce cellular energy.   [read more]   June 27, 2016   Karen Lee Richards
# of Ratings: 20 | comments: 0

Failure of gut-associated pDCs to express membrane bound APRIL and BAFF prevents their ability to ...   -   Research data support a model of gut pathology in ME/CFS.   [read more]   June 24, 2016   Vince Lombardi et al.
# of Ratings: 0 | comments: 0

A Mestinon Miracle: Vagus Nerve Stimulating Drug Helps Long Time ME/CFS Patient Exercise   -   An acetylcholinesterase inhibitor used for OI helps an ME/CFS patient to exercise.   [read more]   June 27, 2016   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 9 | comments: 0

VIDEO: Ken Questions: The Cup of Pain   -   In this poignant video, Ken McKim encourages empathy and compassion for those with chronic pain.   [read more]   June 25, 2016  
# of Ratings: 5 | comments: 0

Getting to the Heart of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome   -   Stony Brook researcher receives $1.5 million NIH grant to evaluate daily activity patterns and heart rate of ME/CFS patients.   [read more]   June 26, 2016  
# of Ratings: 2 | comments: 0

Making the Case for Ampligen in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)   -     [read more]   June 28, 2016   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 9 | comments: 0

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