Six months after an adolescent comes down with infectious mononucleosis/glandular fever she’s still exhausted – and her doctor is about to tell her she’s depressed and send her to a psychiatrist.

-Blood-in-test-tubes-and-resultBut what if a very simple blood test – one that the doctor used all the time – could tell the doctor that she actually had ME/CFS? How much easier would that make things for everyone…

That’s what a team of researchers tried to find as they followed 300 people with infectious mononucleosis.


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