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Michael Sharpe, Professor of Psychological Medicine at the University of Oxford, comments on new American research into chronic fatigue syndrome: “Whilst this finding that some patients with CFS/ME have an immune abnormality is potentially interesting, we should treat it with great caution. Everyone who has worked clinically with patients with CFS/ME knows this is a real illness; this study neither proves nor disproves that observation.”

Immune tests suggest chronic fatigue like most illness isnt all in the mind

Immune tests suggest chronic fatigue isn't all in the mind
The Daily Telegraph, 28/02/2015, p.15, Sarah Knapton
Michael Sharpe, Professor of Psychological Medicine at the University of Oxford, comments on new American research into chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Study on biology of chronic fatigue illness stirs debate
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