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Metabolic features & regulation of the healing cycle – a new model for chronic disease pathogenesis & treatment

Metabolic features and regulation of the healing cycle – a new model for chronic disease pathogenesis and treatment, by Robert K Naviaux in Mitochondrion [Available online 9 August 2018] This article presents a hypothesis of chronic diseases including ME/CFS Highlights for … Continue reading

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Treating autism and ME/CFS: could one drug help both?

Open Medicine Foundation blog post, by Cort Johnson, 19 October 2017: Treating autism and ME/CFS: could one drug help both? Autism is one of the most difficult conditions to treat. A neurodevelopmental disorder that typically strikes before the age of … Continue reading

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Naviaux & Gordon respond to criticisms of their metabolomics research

Reply to Roerink et al.: Metabolomics of chronic fatigue syndrome, by Robert K. Naviaux and Eric Gordon in PNAS 2017 114 (6) E911-E912; [published ahead of print January 26, 2017] We thank Roerink et al. (1) for their comments. We respond to … Continue reading

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Viruses and CFS: statement by Prof Robert Naviaux

Open Medicine Foundation blog post, 9 Sep 2016: Viruses and CFS: Statements by Ron Davis and Bob Naviaux Dr Bob Naviaux: Question – Many ME/CFS experts have improved the symptoms in some patients by treating with antivirals and Ampligen (polyIC double … Continue reading

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Naviaux’s ME/CFS ground-breaking metabolomics results says Prof Davis

Open Medicine Foundation blog post, by Prof Ron Davis, 30 August 2016: ME/CFS ground-breaking metabolomics results by Naviaux RK, et al The publication, “Metabolic Features of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” by Naviaux RK, et al. is a landmark in ME/CFS research. … Continue reading

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CFS could be the body trying to hibernate

The Times comments on Naviaux et al’s chemical signature research, by Tom Whipple, 30 August 2016: Chronic fatigue syndrome could be the body trying to hibernate An estimated 250,000 people have CFS in Britain. The disease, which is difficult to … Continue reading

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Researchers identify characteristic chemical signature for CFS

UC San Diego Press release, by Scott LaFee, 29 August 2016: Researchers Identify Characteristic Chemical Signature for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Discovery, along with revealed underlying biology, could lead to faster, more accurate diagnoses and more effective, personalized therapies Chronic fatigue … 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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Dr Robert Naviaux – the mitochondria man

Health rising blog article by Cort Johnson, 21 April: An Eye on “The Mitochondria Man” : Robert Naviaux and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)  This is the start of an “Eye On” series focusing on researchers new to the chronic fatigue … Continue reading

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End ME/CFS Severe Patient Study Turns to the Mitochondria

Health rising article, by Cort Johnson 18 March 2016: End ME/CFS Severe Patient Study Turns to the Mitochondria The mantra at the Severely Ill/Big Data study at the Open Medicine Foundation is to follow the evidence where it leads. We … Continue reading

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