I suspect many you are like me: there is something dramatically wrong with your body and it has been that way for quite a while. You surf the ups and downs of your symptoms and occasionally wonder, "What does this symptomatic change mean?"
If you are like me, you have learned that most medical Read more [...]
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“Collectively, these data indicate that ME/CFS participants were unable to reproduce most physiological measures at both maximal and ventilatory threshold intensities during test 2, despite exercising to maximal effort during both tests” Keller
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Dr. Susan Vernon and Dr. Lucinda Bateman spoke in Denver on Saturday, June 28. Dr. Bateman gave a presentation on research out of the University of Utah she co-authored in her talk, "Treatment Options for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia patients
I took two main points from her presentation. Read more [...]
The Pace Trial
In March 2011, the outcome of the rather infamous PACE trial was published in Lancet. The trial sought to prove that behavioral therapies were both effective and cost-effective in treating chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). At over 8 million dollars in cost and years in development Read more [...]
Some quick hits from the daylong celebration of the opening of Dr. Klimas Institue for Neuro-Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University.
The full blog of the day will be posted on the Simmaron Rising page on the Simmaron Research Foundations website.
Dean Opens the Celebration
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Aware she was treading into treacherous waters Dr. Klimas quickly reminded everyone as she began her talk on 'Exercise and CFS' during a recent CDC sponsored tele-webinar that she's been at the forefront of biological research into chronic fatigue syndrome.
That was a good idea because Read more [...]