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 – June 2014: Neuroinflammation in ME/CFS

Neuroimaging has been used to study the structural, functional and metabolic affects of ME/CFS on the brain in ME/CFS patients for the past 25 years. To date there are about 50 papers in the peer-reviewed biomedical literature describing these findings. This month we highlight three publications that directly demonstrate and implicate neuroinflammation in ME/CFS…

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