Neuroinflammation and Cytokines in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS): A Critical Review of Research Methods

Martin aka paused||M.E.

Senior Member
Could please everyone use the search function first before posting studies ✌️🏼.

No offense. It's just that I sometimes search for certain studies and want to read what the scientific educated users here said about the particular topic and with my little energy it's then confusing if there are multiple threads on the same study 📝

Thanks a lot!


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U.S., Earth
Sorry, still struggling with all the available links.

No problem, you'll get the hang of it soon! :thumbsup:

The reason why many people like to keep all discussion about a single topic in a single discussion thread, is simply because it leads to more constructive discussions, and fewer repetitive discussions. That's all!

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When you can only spend a limited time online this sort of repetition is easily done @SWAlexander, I've probably done the same a few times. Don't let it deter you from posting.

I admit, my time alone is not the only problem. My arm muscles are weak at the moment and typing becomes strenuous.
I´m translating, in addition, engl. publications for German with ME/CSF.
So, I apologize for not providing a summary.