The power and pitfalls of omics part 2: epigenomics, transcriptomics and ME/CFS
Simon McGrath concludes his blog about the remarkable Prof George Davey Smith's smart ideas for understanding diseases, which may soon be applied to ME/CFS.
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Looking at damage caused rather than infections

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by knackers323, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. knackers323

    knackers323 Senior Member

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    Anyone know if this kind of thing has been looked into much with cfs? Things like the nerve damage in MS for example.
     
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  2. xchocoholic

    xchocoholic Senior Member

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    Great question. I don't know but maybe others will know.

    I have multiple organ damage. Lung scarring, brain damage (ataxia resolved via diet but
    comes back in milder form at times) and white lesions (also resolved via diet), left bundle branch block, celiac, paget's, ? ?

    If this info isn't available maybe we can list it here.
     
  3. Helen

    Helen Senior Member

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    Rich Van Konynenburg analysed all kind of symptoms in ME/CFS and compared them to his theory that he describes in this seminar better than I can:
    http://iaomt.media.fnf.nu/2/skovde_2011_me_kroniskt_trotthetssyndrom/
     

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