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‘Having severe ME/CFS is so close to being dead’: extremely severe ME/CFS – a personal account’

Extremely severe ME/CFS — A personal account, by Whitney Dafoe in Healthcare Vol 9, #5, p 504, April 27, 2021 [doi.org/10.3390/healthcare9050504]   Article abstract: A personal account from an Extremely Severe Bedridden ME/CFS patient about the experience of living with extremely … Continue reading

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CFS & Rituximab revisited

Science based medicine article: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Rituximab Revisited by Harriet Hall (the SkepDoc), January 19, 2016 Three years ago I wrote about an experimental treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS): rituximab (brand name Rituxan). I was concerned that doctors who … Continue reading

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Interview with Ronald W Davis about his search for cure for sick CFS son

BBC interview with Ronald W Davis, Professor of Biochemistry and Genetics at Stanford University USA: Scientist dad searches for cure for sick son Whitney Dafoe was a healthy, well-travelled photographer until he contracted an illness that has been identified as … Continue reading

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Stanford University’s ME/CFS research

Researchers are making headway toward finding evidence of chronic fatigue syndrome and how it may change the brain. Ronald W. Davis, a Stanford University genetics researcher who was instrumental in the Human Genome Project, is heading up a new research … Continue reading

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