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Preliminary findings suggest mitochondrial abnormalities

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Marky90, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. Marky90

    Marky90 Science breeds knowledge, opinion breeds ignorance

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    This was exiting reading:

    http://www.cortjohnson.org/forums/t...patient-study-turns-to-the-mitochondria.3949/

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    "I have only been working in the CFS world for a year, but we have already made several discoveries that have a chance to offer real hope for people who have suffered for so long. We have a paper in review at JAMA. If it is published, we will have a real start on seeing CFS in a new light, and having real tools for new ways to treat patients as individuals, and not just as a patient with CFS."

    Thanks to Court for yet another great article.

    Any guesses?
     
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  2. cigana

    cigana Senior Member

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    This was discussed already here ;)
     
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  3. lauluce

    lauluce as long as you manage to stay alive, there's hope

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    I,m so so happy my baby son inherited my wife´s mitochondria... a little less garbage I passed to him. Anyway I´m away a lttle of the mitochondria is codified by the cell´s dna, but just a little
     

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