Monday, November 24, 2014

Brains of People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Offer Clues

 

Many patients are still told to seek psychiatric help. But two recent studies — one from investigators at Stanford a few weeks ago and another from a Japanese research team published earlier this year — have found that the brains of people with chronic fatigue syndrome differ from those of healthy people, strengthening the argument that serious physiological dysfunctions are at the root of the condition.

"You've got two different groups that have independently said, 'There's something going on in the brain that is aberrant,' " said Leonard Jason,

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It's "all in our heads", but not in the way they thought!

 

 

1 comment:

HIV-NEGATIVE AIDS? said...

The term CFS is invented to cover-up the 1984 ME outbreak in the NV desert (not far from two Airforce Bases), just before Gulf War 1.

They knew brain lesions were present in 1984!

This is how CFS all began -->

"Primetime LIVE" News

12-minutes --> Listen @ Minute-4 --> "{CFS}..these are AIDS patients"

www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW0x9_Q8qbo&feature=related