It’s a long one covering the last six months – I had to take some time out from volunteering. This M.E. research round-up covers studies published up to 30 September 2018: Quality of sleep, Defining M.E., Autonomic nervous system abnormalities, Natural killer cells and the immune system, Diagnosing M.E./CFS, Impact of M.E. on mental health. […]
This M.E. research round-up covers studies published from 17 March 2018 to 16 May 2018: Standing unaided, Glucose and muscle cells, Unwanted effects of rituximab, Blood sample analysis. Read the research round-up
This M.E. research round-up covers studies published from 17 January 2018 to 16 March 2018: Autoimmunity and M.E./CFS,Blood volume: potential sub-group,Developing a diagnostic test,Accelerated cell ageing in women with CFS,No link between childhood adversity and CFS,A challenge to the cognitive behavioural model. Read the research round-up
2016 was a bumper year for M.E. research, so what needs to happen next to ensure this progress is built upon to improve the lives of the 17 million people with M.E. worldwide?
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July’s M.E. research round-up covers studies on: New theory for the underlying mechanism in neurological conditions, Brain scans in teenagers with CFS, Muscle strain worsens symptoms in CFS, Mast cells in moderate and severe CFS/M.E., Blood volume in CFS. Read July’s research round-up
June’s M.E. research round-up covers studies on: M.E. should now be a “solvable” problem, Potential biomarker for fatigue, A review of studies on medication for M.E. Immune system cells and their calcium channels in CFS. Read June’s research round-up
May’s M.E. research round-up covers studies on: Brain changes in CFS over time, The immune system, Genetics and cell receptors, Predicting those at risk of CFS, Long-term high exercise levels do not lead to post-viral fatigue, Relationship between age and illness duration, Hormones controlling the nervous system. Read May’s research round-up