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CFS is autommune disease affectiong sensory nervous system says norwegian researchers

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by kheopz, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. kheopz



    New study coming out soon.
    Study is double blind and results are replicating the initial one.
    The new one is with 30 patients.

    Some have had lasting improvement of condition over 3 years.
    The placebo group only had 2 responders of 15.

    These oncologist dont prefer any explanation but they say their experience with Retuximab in 4 years point to CFS being an autoimmune
    disorder attacking sensory nervous system.

    Results are pretty striking, unfortunately many relapse after a certain number of months.

    The researchers say this prove that this is a genuine physical condition.

    Hopefully a huge nail in the psychobabble coffin.

    Hope for more studies soon!
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