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People With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Are Exhausted At A Cellular Level, Study Shows

Wednesday 8 November 2017

 

From Science Alert:

 

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People With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Are Exhausted at a Cellular Level, Study Shows

Yet more evidence for this disease.

By Mike McRae
November 7, 2017

If you're one of the millions of people worldwide who deals with the symptoms of CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome, sometimes also called myalgic encephalomyelitis, ME), it can often feel like your entire body is drained of energy.

New research has found immune cells taken from the blood of volunteers diagnosed with the condition show clear signs of low energy production, not only adding details to a complex and confusing condition, but demonstrating once again that it's not a disease that can be fixed with willpower alone.

Researchers from Newcastle University in the UK investigated how white blood cells taken from healthy patients differed to those taken from individuals with a history of CFS.

 

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