March 1, 2015 Articles No Comments

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome affects one million Americans, according to recent estimates. Yet there’s no reliable lab test for the illness, and researchers are still struggling to understand why and how the disease develops. That situation may soon improve, as researchers have found key disruptions in the immune systems of patients who’ve had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome fewer than three years, a discovery that could open the door to new tests and more individually tailored treatments for the debilitating illness. Read full article>>