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Brain-declineCognition can be er…hard to understand – particularly if you have ME/CFS. This, the first of a series of blogs on seminal papers in ME/CFS, lays out the findings from key studies on cognition, including the core cognitive deficiency found, the areas that are not affected (your IQ is not), why mental fatigue is so prominent and more.

Check it out in

Cognition and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS): Key Findings

 

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