Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Brain imaging reveals clues about chronic fatigue syndrome | ScienceBlog

Compared with healthy controls, patients with chronic fatigue syndrome had less activation of the basal ganglia, as measured by fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging). This reduction of basal ganglia activity was also linked with the severity of fatigue symptoms.
... Treatment implications might include the potential utility of medications to alter the body's immune response by blocking inflammation, or providing drugs that enhance basal ganglia function, he says.

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This fact is so well-known that its been censored right from the start. It's a catastrophic government cover-up. --->

"Primetime LIVE" News re: 1984 CFS Outbreak (not far from 2 Air Force Bases):

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WASHINGTON - "Researchers say they have found physical proof that Gulf War illness is caused by damage to the brain — and that proof may ultimately help civilians who suffer from CFS and fibromyalgia"