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Dr Ros Vallings Report On The 2016 International Association CFS/ME Conference

Saturday 31 December 2016

 

From ANZMES videos:

 

Dr Rosamund Vallings
Dr Rosamund Vallings
 

Dr Ros Vallings Report on the 2016 International Association CFS/ME Conference

ANZMES videos
December 1, 2016

This presentation was held at the ANZMES Annual General Meeting in Auckland on the 26th November 2016.

Dr Ros Vallings presentation focused on the IACFS Conference which was held in Fort Lauderdale, United States recently.

Dr Vallings was presented with the Nelson Gantz Clinicians Award for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ Myalgic Encephalomyelitis at that conference.

Some of the research that Dr Vallings covers in her presentation is how Glutathione impaired brain function in ME patients and how ME Patients have high protein levels in the CFS (Cerberus Spinal Fluid).

She also covers how there is a difference in the molecular building blocks with ME/CFS patients known as 3 SNPS and much more.

 

The above originally appeared here.

 


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