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Archives: Symposium Questions

Dr. Phair: does the metabolic trap hypothesis explain the sex ratio (female preponderance) in ME / CFS? Thanks

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Would ampligen be an option for treating ME?

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Is there a role for submaximal exercise for ME patients? Future research on exercise types such as resistance versus aerobic for helping ME? Markers for

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Is there a role for submaximal exercise for ME patients? Future research on exercise types such as resistance versus aerobic for helping ME? Markers for

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If the metabolic trap theory is correct, could inferon gamma or ampligen cause IDO1 to work more effectively to break the trap? Is this why

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How many drugs so far have been tested on the nanoneedle assay?

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