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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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Infection elicited autoimmunity & ME/CFS: an explanatory model

Hypothesis and Theory article: Infection elicited autoimmunity and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: an explanatory model, by Jonas Blomberg, Carl-Gerhard Gottfries, Amal Elfaitouri, Muhammad Rizwan and Anders Rosén in Front. Immunol., 15 February 2018 Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) often also called chronic fatigue … Continue reading

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Is CFS an autoimmune disorder with vasoactive neuropeptide dysfunction?

Abstract Chronic fatigue syndrome is a disorder characterised by prolonged fatigue and debility and is mostly associated with post-infection sequelae although ongoing infection is unproven. Immunological aberration is likely and this may prove to be associated with an expanding group … Continue reading

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