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New Study: Genes In Blood May Link Chronic Fatigue Syndrome To Mononucleosis

Posted Apr 11 2009 1:01am

New Study: Genes In Blood May Link Chronic Fatigue Syndrome To Mononucleosis

This is great news for anyone suffering with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Once doctors are able to see a specific cause of this disease, they will not be able to deny the existence of CFS, they will not be able to say our symptoms are due to depression or anxiety. This could also lead to an actual diagnostic test for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which would also validate this disease as more than just a diagnosis of exclusion. Even better news would be if this new information could lead to better treatment.

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New Study: Genes In Blood May Link Chronic Fatigue Syndrome To Mononucleosis

This is great news for anyone suffering with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Once doctors are able to see a specific cause of this disease, they will not be able to deny the existence of CFS, they will not be able to say our symptoms are due to depression or anxiety. This could also lead to an actual diagnostic test for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which would also validate this disease as more than just a diagnosis of exclusion. Even better news would be if this new information could lead to better treatment.

Read the rest of this entry »

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