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Kop et al. (2005) "Ambulatory monitoring of physical activity and symptoms..."

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    Kop WJ, Lyden A, Berlin AA, Ambrose K, Olsen C, Gracely RH, Williams DA,
    Clauw DJ. "Ambulatory monitoring of physical activity and symptoms in
    fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome." Arthritis Rheum. 2005
    Jan;52(1):296-303. PMID: 15641057

    Another one to add to your collection of articles showing that deconditioning is not causative nor a perpetuating factor but rather, low activity levels are actually a result of disease.
     

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