Research Digest – August 2014: More Results from the SolveCFS BioBank

More results from the work being done through the SolveCFS BioBank: We are pleased to report the publication of the initial BioBank study on XMRV and the publication of the first study of epigenetics in ME/CFS. Both used the clinical information and samples from the SolveCFS BioBank that were collected in 2010. READ MORE…

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Same Mission | New Name

As of Friday, May 30th, The CFIDS Association of America will have a new name – Solve ME/CFS Initiative (SMCI). While our name is changing, our mission steadfastly remains the same: We will make ME/CFS understood, diagnosable and treatable…

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The Physical Basis of CFS

By John DeLuca, PhD UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School Studies assessing structural and functional neuroimaging, autonomic activity and neuroendocrine abnormalities all point to neuro-pathology in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) patients. While the nature and the extent of neuropathologic involvement in CFS is still unclear, neurocognitive studies make up a very large body of CFS research. This […]

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