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BMJ podcast

Thursday 18 March 2010

BMJ PodcastsThe British Medical Journal has a podcast that features the latest in ME/CFS research, focusing on XMRV.

Here is BMJ's introduction on its podcast page:

Chronic fatigue syndrome

This week’s hot topic is chronic fatigue syndrome. The journal Science published a paper in October 2009, which suggested a possible link between a new virus (xenotrophic murine leukaemia virus-like virus) and the syndrome. Duncan Jarvies is looking at the evidence behind this link, and finding out more about the history and treatment of the condition. Richard Hurley takes us through what caught his eye on week.

See also:
Prevalence of XMRV in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome in the Netherlands
Science, chronic fatigue syndrome, and me

You can download the audio file here (23MB).

The podcast originally appeared here.


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