The New York Times has just published an article which may be of great help to people with ME/CFS - 'Brains of People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Offer Clues About Disorder.' By David Tuller November 24, 2014
People who suffer from ME/CFS know the difficulty they have in being diagnosed with the illness besides the trauma they go through in having the illness.
Because of the lack of obvious symptoms, doctors have had difficulty diagnosing this illness.
Researchers at Stanford University have just published findings of proof that the brain of a person with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME is different to people with good health. Bless these researchers.
Now that this change has been found, researchers will have to find out why this happens and what they can do about it. Great news that one giant step has been made.
Read about their research.
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