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Simmaron Scientist Awarded NIH Grant Probing Cause of Immune Holes in CFS/ME

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  1. Bob

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    Simmaron Scientist Awarded NIH Grant Probing Cause of Immune Holes in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
    Cort Johnson
    August 31, 2014
    http://simmaronresearch.com/2014/08...e-immune-holes-chronic-fatigue-syndromemecfs/

    It's a very interesting article - Well worth a read.

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    @Jonathan Edwards , I wonder if you might find the above research proposal interesting. It's not exactly your field, but there seems to be a major overlap with your work. With my limited knowledge of immunology, it seems to me like a very interesting area of research.
     
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    When I was researching my Low NKs, Apparently there is a known herediteray Low NK symdrome. So for those of us with NK dysfunction (a known and acepted by ICD condition) what would be the diference between that and CFS?? Or is that just a subset of it.

    If you read the NK deficiency syndrome is normal to have the viral reactivations. I am just confused about CFS vs NK cell deficiency syndrome.
     
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