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Vitamin D doses often don't match labels, study says

'Vitamin D doses often don't match labels, study says'. Read here.

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Somatic Symptoms Criteria in DSM-5 Improve Diagnosis, Care

David J. Kupfer, M.D., chair of the DSM-5 Task Force, has published in defence of the SSD construct, today, on Huffington Post. Read here.

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DSM-5 Has Gone to Press Containing a Major Scientific Gaffe

'DSM-5 Has Gone to Press Containing a Major Scientific Gaffe' Read here. 

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ME/CFS and blood donation

 The Australian Red Cross Blood service states

‘Chronic fatigue syndrome is a serious, debilitating disease of unknown cause, and the possibility of a link to an infectious agent cannot be excluded.  Additionally, the potential effect of long-term blood donation on the health of donors who have previously suffered chronic fatigue syndrome is unknown. As a result, any person with a past history of this disease is unable to donate blood.' Click here to visit the Red Cross Website.

More Positive Results: Low-Dose Naltrexone for Fibromyalgia

Stanford University researchers have again found that low-dose naltrexone (LDN) is a beneficial treatment for fibromyalgia. Read here.

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Experiences of Women with ME/CFS during Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Postpartum Period

A synopsis of expert opinion and the latest scientific evidence, Moderated by Peggy Rosati-Allen, CNM, WHNP, MS.  Orignally sourced from co-cure. Watch here.

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More than 10 per cent of Hong Kong adults may be suffering from ME/CFS

An estimated 10.7 per cent of Hong Kong adults experience chronic fatigue syndrome. Read here. 

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The Institute for Neuro Immune medicine hosted a patient conference in the DeSantis Center at Nova Southeastern University Jan 2013

A brilliant line up of internationally acclaimed experts and researchers talking about a range of neuro-immune conditions including ME/CFS / Gulf War, it is inspiring and will give people much hope. 

View videos from the conference here.

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Yolanda Foster Realized She Had Lyme Disease Watching Herself On TV

 Yolanda Foster Realized She Had Lyme Disease Watching Herself On TV. Read here.

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Dr Nancy Klimas new institute for treating neuroimmune illnesses

ME/CFS Australia (VicTasNT) wishes to congratulate Dr. Nancy Klimas and her team on their new institute for treating neuroimmune illnesses such as ME, CFS, FM, & GWI etc.

The Institute will also be the first in the USA to study neuroinflammatory and neurodegenerative disorders such as CFS/ME, GWI, Parkinson’s Disease and multiple sclerosis using the newest genomic techniques. Read here. 

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