Clinical descriptions of chronic fatigue syndrome
Mary Ann Fletcher's team
have the right approach!
muddipuppy - 5 Office visits
- a fun take on the endless visits to doctors.
A courageous condemnation of professionals pulling children out of families:
Interview with Dr Nigel Speight (paediatrician)
Physiological proof that aerobic exercise can be damaging
from Prof Mark VanNess of the Workwell Foundation
"Science, Politics and ME" - a book by Dr Ian Gibson
Search for Causes
gene expression subtypes
INVEST in ME
Llewellyn King's letter from Washington
IiME UK Gut Microbiota trial
A Role for a Leaky Gut and the Intestinal Microbiota in the Pathophysiology of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
Gut–brain link grabs neuroscientists
"I think that the [gut] microbiome is going to be where the action is"
- Dr Lipkin (Director Centre for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University)
ME Research UK
The Nightingale Research Foundation
Dr. Byron Hyde interview in 2009
- focusses on ME, which he defines as an accute onset illness.
Lymphocyte phenotype and cytokine production
Mitochondrial Disorders & protein ATPIF1
Seven Stages of Adrenal Issues
The Vagus Nerve Infection Hypothesis for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The Hummingbirds' Foundation for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
The ME Association
Symptoms and diagnosis of ME/CFS
The Sunderland and South Tyneside ME/CFS Support group
- sends out regular informative newsletters.
What is it like to have ME?
" - an accurate description, matching my worst times.
Harlan Ellison: “Life to me is a great ironic joke”
(he briefly mentions his CFS)
Suzanne Power on the death of Lynn Gilderdale
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