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First Direct Evidence of Neuroinflammation - 'Encephalitis' - in ME/CFS
A small study with just nine patients has captured the attention of patients and researchers alike after reporting direct evidence of inflammation in the brain of ME/CFS patients. The finding was one of the highlights picked out by Professor Anthony Komaroff in his IACFS/ME...
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Discussion in 'ME/CFS Doctors' started by knackers323, May 26, 2010.

  1. knackers323

    knackers323 Senior Member

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    has anyone been to see this guy or tried his treatments? how did it go?
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    knackers323 Senior Member

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    this guy claims to understand what is going on in cfs and no one has heard of him?
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    from what I have heard about him, his theories are in line with others related to the gut and to oxidative stress; however, I am not familiar enough with him to really be able to comment or to accurately assess what he suggests.....I do know that pro-health has had stuff about him and they generally are a pretty good source of info

    I would suggest that you try putting this in the section about doctors, though, you might get more responses that way....and also maybe try asking if people know about him or his theories, rather than just if they have seen him or tried his treatments

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