Guest Blog: Dr. Peter Rowe – Is The Physical Examination Normal in CFS? Part 1

The first in a series of blog posts from Dr. Peter Rowe of Johns Hopkins University entitled “Is the physical exam in CFS normal?” Read Part 1 of the series – We are certain that this information will be of great value to both you and your doctor and will clearly illustrate the value of a true physical examination in ME/CFS.

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Guest Blog: Mark A. Demitrack, MD, FAPA – Neurobiology of ME/CFS

Far too often, ME/CFS patients are met with healthcare providers who do not believe in the biological nature of the disease. In this guest blog post, Mark Demitrack, MD, FAPA describes how for a long time he has advocated for and used an integrated approach to understand how the brain is involved in the biology of ME/CFS. READ MORE…

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Research Digest – July 2014: Define & Diagnose

In order for patients to be diagnosed, a disease must be defined. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is currently defined by excluding other medical and psychiatric diseases that explain the symptoms. This month we highlight three recent publications tackling the “core” components of ME/CFS that are important to defining and diagnosing the disease. READ MORE…

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