(This blog is taken from three sources. A radio interview with Jarred Younger, information on the University of Alabama at Birmingham website and an interview I did with him. Thanks to Jarred for his time.)
Unlike others, Younger was never phased by the lack of attention given fibromyalgia and chronic Read more [...]
“Our results provide evidence of neuroinﬂammation in CFS/ME patients, as well as evidence of the possible contribution of neuroinﬂammation to the pathophysiology of CFS/ME.“
'Show Me the Inflammation!'
It’s perhaps emblematic of a complex and difficult to nail down illness such as ME/CFS Read more [...]
(We're in the windup phase of Marco's Neuroinflammatory Series as he explores the role the immune system and pathogens play in producing the neuroinflammatory state that may underlie chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS)
For more on Marco's Neuroinflammatory Series on ME/CFS
C - IMMUNE FINDINGS, Read more [...]
(In a second of four-part series of papers elucidating a neuro-inflammatory model of chronic fatigue syndrome, Marco examines a possibility that could explain many symptoms and issue not just in ME/CFS but in other neurological disorders. Learn more about Marco here - Cort).
Pt 1 of the Neuroinflammatory Read more [...]