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Bacterial LPS causes hypercoagulability in blood: might this explain 'thick blood' in ME CFS?

Mel9

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Interesting findings from South Africa and Manchester UK. Might the effect of bacterial lipopolysaccharides (LPS) on coagulation be relevant to 'thick blood' in ME CFS?
 

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