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Plasma cytokine expression in adolescent chronic fatigue syndrome   -   Researchers examine low-grade inflammation in adolescents with ME/CFS.   [read more]   January 07, 2015   Vegard Bruun Wyllera et al.
# of Ratings: 3 | comments: 0

Paradoxical response to intravenous immunoglobulin in a case of Parvovirus B19-associated chronic ...   -   Researchers question the use of IVIG to treat ME/CFS patients with Parvovirus B19.   [read more]   January 08, 2015   Attard L, Bonvicini et al.
# of Ratings: 1 | comments: 0

NIH Pathways to Prevention: Advancing the Research on ME/CFS: Day 2   -   The Pathways to Prevention (P2P) workshop sessions on December 10 focus on subtyping patients with ME/CFS.   [read more]   January 13, 2015   Erica Verrillo
# of Ratings: 3 | comments: 0

Reducing fear avoidance beliefs key to improving symptoms and reducing disability in chronic fatigue ...   -   A new study touts correcting "illness beliefs" in ME/CFS patients.   [read more]   January 15, 2015  
# of Ratings: 2 | comments: 1

Test–retest reliability of the DePaul Symptom Questionnaire   -   The DSQ is a reliable diagnostic measure that can provide a standardized way of examining ME/CFS.   [read more]   January 17, 2015   L. Jason et al.
# of Ratings: 2 | comments: 0

Cytokine expression provides clues to the pathophysiology of Gulf War illness and myalgic ...   -   Serum cytokines are representative of ME pathology to a greater extent than GWI.   [read more]   December 30, 2014   Svetlana F. Khaiboullina et al.
# of Ratings: 6 | comments: 0

NIH Pathways to Prevention: Advancing the Research on ME/CFS: Day 1, Morning Session   -   NIH Pathways to Prevention: Advancing the Research on ME/CFS: Summaries of morning presentations on Day 1.   [read more]   January 05, 2015   Erica Verrillo
# of Ratings: 7 | comments: 0

The Biggest Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment Trial Begins: Fluge/Mella On Rituximab   -   A major study begins on treatment of ME/CFS with rituximab.   [read more]   January 24, 2015   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 5 | comments: 2

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Researcher Turns Pilot Study into Major Grant   -   A study on the epigenetics of ME/CFS gets major funding.   [read more]   January 09, 2015   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 7 | comments: 1

Gut Infection Could Underlie Symptoms in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome   -   Researchers find the gut plays an important role in the development of ME/CFS.   [read more]   January 19, 2015   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 20 | comments: 1

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