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Longitudinal associations of lymphocyte subsets with clinical outcomes in CFS

Research abstract: Longitudinal associations of lymphocyte subsets with clinical outcomes in chronic fatigue syndrome, by  Melissa L. Mehalick, Karen B. Schmaling , Daniel E. Sabath, & Dedra S. Buchwald in Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health & Behavior 2018 pp 1-12  [Published online: 12 Jan 2018] Background: … Continue reading

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CFS/ME cell discovery may hold key to treatment

Griffith University Media release, by Louise Durack, 9 June 2016: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome cell discovery may hold key to treatment: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome researchers have discovered a cell receptor which could be a key contributing factor to CFS, providing a … Continue reading

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Graded vs Intermittent Exercise effects on lymphocytes in CFS

Research abstract: PURPOSE: There is increasing evidence of immune system dysfunction in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) but little is known of the regular exercise effects on immune cell parameters. This pilot study investigated the effects of graded and intermittent exercise … Continue reading

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Altered lymphocytes and immune system in CFS

Research Announcement Objective: The goal of our research is to define immunologic deficiencies of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and ultimately to improve the health of these patients by increasing their immunity. Setting: CFS is a debilitating disease of … Continue reading

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ME/CFS associated with overactive Th2 response

There is a need for broad spectrum assays and kits which make it possible to detect  in a simple way and at an early stage whether a patient suffers from a Th1- or a Th2- mediated disease. A Belgian study … Continue reading

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