Archive for orthostatic intolerance

Tilting South: Seeing Dr. Klimas in Miami – ‘A Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronicle’ # 13

Dr.  Nancy Klimas, Chief Medical Officer of the Chronic Fatigue Center for Research and Treatment for Neuro-Immune Disorders, Miami, Florida, and her associate Dr. Irma Rey It was a pleasure to meet with people who believe in the disease, know its details, and understand the ordeals of its sufferers This Read more [...]

Dr. Rowe on the Hunt: A Search for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)

"There is a huge overlap between these different syndromes" Dr. Peter Rowe If you watch this video you might want to skip over Dr. Henderson's remarks if you're a little sensitive, as I am, about ME/CFS's place in the research world. Henderson started off by stating that Dr. Rowe was the first Read more [...]

Animal Model Breakthrough Increases Our Understanding of POTS; Points to New Therapeutic Targets

Norepinephrine transporter variant A457P knock-in mice display key features of human postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.Shirey-Rice JK, Klar R, Fentress HM, Redmon SN, Sabb TR, Krueger JJ, Wallace NM, Appalsamy M, Finney C, Lonce S, Diedrich A, Hahn MK.Dis Model Mech. 2013 Jul-Aug; Read more [...]

The Splitter: Researcher Asserts ‘Brain-damaged’ Subset Present in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)

  The Subset Researcher Virtually everybody for decades has believed ME/CFS is larded with subsets and everyone agrees we must find them yet very few researchers, through lack of money or initiative, have actually looked for them in an organized fashion. Dr. Natelson has  and in this review article, Read more [...]