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Staud: Peripheral and Central Mechanisms of Fatigue and Pain in patients with ME/CFS

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    Peripheral and Central Mechanisms of Fatigue and Pain in patients with ME/CFS

    Roland Staud, University of Florida
    https://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=9079283&icde=0

    (This is not a new study, but I couldn't find any previous thread about it? It showed up in my feed today because it has been awarded a grant from NINR for 2016, $362,500.)
     

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