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Medscape: New Findings Elucidate Potentially Treatable aspects of ME / CFS

By Miriam Tucker

Bethesda, Maryland – New evidence of cardiopulmonary and nervous system abnormalities in people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME / CFS) yields clues to the etiology of their exercise intolerance and points to potential treatments.

The findings were presented during the 2-day Accelerating Research on ME / CFS Meeting sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and held on its main campus. The meeting brought together researchers from a range of scientific and clinical disciplines along with patients and patient advocates.

Much of the focus on the clinical side centered around two key facets …..

To read the full article, visit Medscape.

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