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Selected biographies

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These are selected biographies related to the potential treatments, which appear on Portal:Treatments.




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Source: Dr. Peter Rowe's website
Daniel L. Peterson, MD, is a doctor in Incline Village, Nevada, United States, which had an outbreak of chronic fatigue syndrome in 1984. Dr Paterson has extensively researched Ampligen as a treatment for ME/CFS, including running clinical trials ... (more...)



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Sarah Myhill is a British doctor running her own specialist ME clinic in Knighton, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom. Dr Myhill's web site is an extensive resource of articles and information based on her treatment of patients.

Dr Myhill's view is that the disease is characterised by a cellular metabolic mitochondrial dysfunction and has published several studies. Dr Myhill has treated in excess of 10,000 CFS/ME sufferers over her 30 year career. (more...)



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Source: University of Birmingham, AL
Jarred Younger is director of the Neuroinflammation, Pain and Fatigue Laboratory at the University of Birmingham, Alabama. Dr Younger's special areas of clinical focus include: neuroinflammation, pain, anesthesiology, and rheumatology, and the role of low-level inflammation in chronic disease. (more...)



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chronic disease - a disease or condition that usually lasts for 3 months or longer and may get worse over time

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