http://www.research1st.com/2011/08/30/cfs-is-it-all-in-the-brain/ Reading this article about Dr. Natelson replicating a previous study of neurological abnormalities in CFS patients left me with a bad taste. Why? Because what he is describing what they are doing is dividing CFS patients by the fact whether they have co-morbid psychiatric diagnosis like Major Depression. He says that the group who did not have this co-morbid diagnosis, showed more neurological abnormalities than the group who didn't show this co-morbid definition. To me. it sounds like what he is saying is that patients who have been diagnosed with major depression do not really have CFS. He doesn't leave room for the fact that the major depression could very well be an outcome of patients who are very severely effected and therefore should show even greater neurological problems. Am I reading this wrong?