MCS America article “Gene Responsible for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Identified” highlights important research at University of Utah

“In recent news, Alan Light, a research professor in the anesthesiology department [at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City], dispels the myth that chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is mere laziness…. Light explains that there is a gene that produces a protein which tells the muscles when they are too tired to keep working,” begins an article in the October issue of MCS America’s free e-mail newsletter (page 21).

Reference: To read an abstract/summary of the original research report by Alan Light, et al., published July 30 in the Journal of Pain, and link to an explanation of the study by CFIDS Association Scientific Director Suzanne Vernon,PhD, click here.

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