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VIDEO: Clinical Exercise Testing in ME/CFS Research & Treatment

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www.ProHealth.com • October 7, 2012


This presentation by exercise physiologist Prof. Christopher Snell makes the case for ME/CFS post-exercise testing. It is one part of the ME/CFS research conference held Sep 11, 2012 in Stockholm and sponsored by the Swedish patient organization RME Stockholm. Other presentations from the conference may also be found on YouTube,* but this is the only one in English.



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* Other presentations on YouTube (not in English) were:

• “B-lymphocyte depletion as a therapeutic intervention for chronic fatigue syndrome/ME” by the rituximab trial researchers Prof. Olav Mella & Dr. Oystein Fluge, Haukeland University Hospital, Bergen, Norway (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVssI6Go_aw&feature=context-cha)

• Two presentations by clinical researchers at Danderyd Hospital, Sweden: “One year experience in ME/CFS project at Danderyd” (ME rehabilitation) by Dr. Per Julin, and “Parallels between ME/CFS and post-polio syndrome, by Kristian Borg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-l7RL8WF8Pk&feature=context-cha)





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