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Beyond Tired: NSU Specialist On Why She's Looking For A Cure For Chronic Fatigue

Tuesday 5 December 2017

 

From US news outlet WLRN:

 

Jennifer Brea
The documentary 'Unrest' follows a patient of Dr. Nancy
Klimas and other Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers.
(NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY / WLRN)
 

Beyond Tired: NSU Specialist On Why She's Looking For A Cure For Chronic Fatigue

By Caitlin Switalski
December 4, 2017
© 2017 WLRN

Nova Southeastern University is home to a leading research practice for chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition’s full name is myalgic encephalomyelitis, but it’s abbreviated to ME/CFS. The chronic immune illness causes brain and muscle inflammation.

Dr. Nancy Klimas heads that research. She chairs the Department of Clinical Immunology at NSU, and teaches in the College of Osteopathic Medicine. She also works with the Miami VA system on Gulf War Illness.

We spoke with Dr. Klimas before she gave a talk on Saturday in Davie after a screening of a documentary called ‘Unrest.’ It follows the lives and struggles of one of her patients and others.

 

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