Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Countrygirl, Feb 15, 2018.
"A decisive infectious trigger may then lead to immunization against autoantigens involved in aerobic energy production and/or hormone receptors and ion channel proteins, producing postexertional malaise and ME/CFS, affecting both muscle and brain."
I agree with the picture of the disease, but the auto-immunity theory is still not proven....
It sure fits my situation. I have autoimmunity now that I didn't have before ME/CFS. The entire article was a nice checklist of problems my doctor and I have been discussing.
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