Tag Archives: Dr Paul Cheney

A cardiac marker for disability in ME

A Cardiac Marker for Disability in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Written by Carol Sieverling (2004), Edited by Maryann Spurgin (2016). Forward (2016): The fascinating thing about this article is that everything from chemical allergies to immune dysfunction in ME is explained in … Continue reading

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ME/CFS: the small heart disease

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 27┬áJun 27 2016: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the small heart disease Did you know that you probably have a smaller heart than normal? Four studies suggest that if you have chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) … Continue reading

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OMF announces an expanded ME/CFS metabolomics study

Open Medicine Foundation newsletter, May 2016: Announcing the Expanded ME/CFS Metabolomics Study Now that the Severely Ill-BIG DATA Study is fully underway, we want to perform multiple investigations at the same time. Because of the many recent small and large … Continue reading

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XMRV found in CFS patients by NGS lab test

Dr Paul Cheney, a leading CFS expert physician in America for years, reports that XMRV was found in 7 of 8 CFS patients but only in 2 of 17 non-CFS people (controls) in a study reported by Dr David Strayer … Continue reading

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