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New Medscape Article ( March 2) Re Hornig/Lipkin et al Cytokine Study

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Gamboa, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. Gamboa

    Gamboa Senior Member

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    Sorry if this is already posted elsewhere. I'm not feeling well and can barely function at the moment.

    Medscape has a new article entitled :
    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Immune Alterations Seen Early

    This is the appropriate link:
    http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/840706


    It is a 2 page discussion of the recent Hornig/Lipkin et al cytokine studt. So far there are 8 comments.
     
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    @Gamboa your link seems to be pointing to your logon screen for Medscape. You might want to check it.
     
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    Sing Senior Member

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    Anyone can sign up for free access to Medscape. This article seems accurate to me but is only a general summary of what Simmaron just sent out, and that we have seen on Cort's site.
     
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    I realize that, and I have a medscape login, I simply wanted to point out that the OP's link seems to be pointing to his/her Medscape login screen that includes his/her user name I think.
     
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    Yeah, the link logged me out basically.
    (deleted) should work better. But doesn't. See Bob's below :p
     
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    Thanks Bob,

    I was semi comatose yesterday and should not have even tried to post a new thread. It's amazing how my brain can almost completely shut down sometimes as if no oxygen and/or glucose is reaching it. I feel as if I have been given tranquilizers and am trying to think while under the influence of being heavily sedated. All due to a crash--severe PEM due to overdoing things, once again. Feeling a bit better so far this morning. Sorry for wasting people's time with a bad link .
     
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    I just edited my initial post to include the correct link. :thumbsup:
     
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    Just wanted to say that I'm sorry to hear how poorly you're doing right now Gamboa. Sweet of you to apologize but many of us can relate to both feeling so poorly and also to errors in posting. (Some of the things I've done have been downright embarrassingly dumb!)

    Hope you're feeling better soon. Best wishes.
     
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    @Gamboa, it's no problem at all. And we all understand. There's nothing worse than a severe crash. Hope you continue to pick up. Rest well if you can. Thanks for starting the thread.
     

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