Only maximal (exercise to exhaustion) exercise tests reveal the problems with energy production in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Weakened muscles that move the lungs may, because of oxidative stress/mitochondrial problems, be stopping people with ME/CFS from getting oxygen to Read more [...]
(The text is by Dr. Rosamund Vallings of New Zealand. I added the commentary (in brackets) and headings.)
December 2013, Gold Coast, Australia.
I felt privileged to be invited to attend this symposium, which was combined with the opening of the National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Read more [...]
Two million dollars for chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) research...You don't hear those words very often. The NIH just gave Dr. Shungu and associates a big two million dollar grant to peer into chronic fatigue syndrome patients brains.
This is the kind of study that makes you love the NIH; it's Read more [...]
Researchers used a broad brush when they focused on the most easily understood aspect of the disorder - fatigue. Now, in this bold and provocative blog, the first part of a four-part series called "A Neuroinflammatory Model of ME/CFS", guest blogger Marco proposes that other symptoms, none Read more [...]