New era for ME/CFS research as top cytokine study attracts media headlines
The immune systems of patients who have recently developed ME/CFS look markedly different from those who have been ill for much longer, according to a major new study from Drs. Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig at Columbia University. This shift in immune function hadn’t been seen before.
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Seminar on NO-ONOO cycle in CFS/ME, April 16th, UK

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by natasa778, Mar 23, 2010.

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    Background on Prof Pall:
    Professor Martin Pall, PhD, Professor of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University. He is a self recovered chronic fatigue sufferer, who developed and researched the science behind the illness and a route to recovery. His 15 years of specific research into ‘Explaining Unexplained Illnesses’ has resulted in his new book which draws upon more than 1500 scientific references, 15 of his own peer review publications and 5 human trials.
     
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    thanks natasa

    This seminar is being offered by "Clinical Education, UKs leading providers of post graduate nutritional therapy education", for 60 pounds. I wonder why.

    I'm quite new to the different theories for potential causes of Me/CFS. Can anyone give me a quick update on what is thought, in general, of Dr Pall's theory? Would it mesh with the other theories out there? Has anyone been treated by him?

    [ps the page also has a list of his publications]


     
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    gracenote All shall be well . . .

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