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Research Articles


Lieweilyn King interviews Dr. Ron Davis about his research to find a biomarker for ME/CFS.
09/15/19 Read More
One researcher thinks that glycolysis may be at the heart of ME/CFS, causing muscles to breakdown...
08/31/19 Read More
Dr. Jarred Younger is conducting trials to find out if LDN is effective for ME/CFS.
08/29/19 Read More
Mitochondrial expert Paul Fisher found that the mitochondria of ME/CFS patients failed to respond...
08/24/19 Read More
Clinical trials show that NT Factor supports the repair of damaged cell membranes - reducing the ...
08/12/19 Read More
Dr. Tony Komaroff's Unifying Model hypothesis of ME/CFS is published in JAMA.
07/31/19 Read More
The "metabolic trap" hypothesis underlying ME/CFS might explain some unique elements of the disease.
07/26/19 Read More
Research suggests that EBV may be activating an unusually pathogenic gene in a set of severely il...
07/13/19 Read More
More than 30 ME/CFS researchers gathered at Harvard to collaborate on their research. Videos are ...
07/09/19 Read More
Once just thought of as just a drug for anesthesia, ketamine studies are showing it may also help...
07/05/19 Read More
Researchers from the U.S. and the U.K. both found high levels of MAIT cells in ME/CFS patients.
06/28/19 Read More
Genetic mutations in ME/CFS may be altering metabolic pathways and causing an “unstable cellular ...
06/15/19 Read More
From encouraging and protecting healthy digestion and elimination to reducing inflammation and su...
05/16/19 Read More
Stanford researchers developed a new blood test that identified people with ME/CFS with 100% accu...
05/02/19 Read More
Researchers identify 10 nutritional deficiencies that "appear to be important in the severity and...
04/14/19 Read More
The relationship between exercise heart rate and exercise workload during maximal CPET are repeat...
03/31/19 Read More
Exercise is finally getting its due in ME/CFS, and over the next couple of years several large st...
03/31/19 Read More
Problems with the brainstem could produce everything from autonomic nervous system and immune dys...
03/30/19 Read More
People whose ME/CFS started after an episode of infection and who have severe symptoms lasting fr...
03/28/19 Read More
Few correlations were found between self-reported symptoms of orthostatic functioning and the phy...
03/28/19 Read More
ME/CFS treatments include antivirals, pain relievers, antidepressants, and oncologic agents as we...
03/27/19 Read More
Studies have shown that ME/CFS patients exhibit an earlier onset of ventilatory threshold on the ...
03/26/19 Read More
The Oxford criteria are untenable because they inappropriately selected healthy subjects with mil...
03/25/19 Read More
One to 5 percent of college students develop infectious mononucleosis annually, and about 10% mee...
03/24/19 Read More
Findings suggest that ME/CFS symptoms are perpetuated by immune dysregulation
03/23/19 Read More
The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of ME/CFS and describe illness characteristi...
03/22/19 Read More
Depression, anxiety, orthostatic intolerance and to a lesser extent pain at follow up were identi...
03/21/19 Read More
This is the first study to use extracellular flux analysisto investigate individual mitochondrial...
03/20/19 Read More
A study may help to identify the efficacy and safety of JTN acupuncture treatment for CFS
03/19/19 Read More
Unique benefits can be derived from patients collaborating with researchers in the measurement of...
03/17/19 Read More