Statement from Stanford University School of Medicine on Symptoms of ME/CFS

A statement cited from the Stanford University School of Medicine on the blog, “Living With M.E.” said of the illness known in the United States as ME/CFS was: “Its symptoms often include not only overwhelming fatigue but also joint and muscle pain, incapacitating headaches, food intolerance, sore throat, enlargement of the lymph nodes, gastrointestinal problems, abnormal blood-pressure and heart-rate events, and hypersensitivity to light, noise or other sensations.”

Quite an accurate, albeit, brief description, without going into the issues in a more deeply manner.

When Stanford University speaks, the HHS, NIH, CDC, the IOM and all those other departments under HHS charged with direction and regulation of the health of citizens of the United States, should listen.

blue ribbon for me

 

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One response to “Statement from Stanford University School of Medicine on Symptoms of ME/CFS

  1. Very concise. but not very passionate.

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