Liz

I occasionally have days when CFS has become too much. I cannot trace back to the breaking point and there is rarely a single event that pushes me over the top; there is just a day like any other that becomes too big. Today is such a day. And there is the inevitable question: What to do? I...
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As a CFS patient, I have the perennial, wearisome task of making my case that I am not crazy, Im sick. CFS is not a psychological disease, but an entirely physiological one. It is a disease that has walloped me every day since I first came down with what I thought was the flu on the second...
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For weeks Ive been livid whenever I think about the recent XMRV study published by the CDC. The part that has me so riled is that 50% of the patients, or cohorts had not even consulted a physician. 50%! These patients do not have CFS as I know it. These patients arguable do not have CFS at...
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While skimming last Sundays newspaper my attention was drawn to Parade magazine with an article about cancer survivors. As a disabled patient with CFS, I am forever intrigued by the way people with disabling illness cope. I do not know how many comparisons can be drawn between CFS and cancer...
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