Jack was just thirteen years old when he was felled by a cold. All the usual suspects were ruled out and Jack, unable to attend school, entered the nether world of young but very ill. Diagnosed with ME/CFS, his parents were told there was nothing they could do.

The Mayo clinic, however, diagnosed him with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), and based on some low normal test results began a treatment that propelled Jack back to near health – and brought into question when a normal test result is really normal.

Find out more in

Iron Man: A Young Person’s POTS ME/CFS Recovery Story Pt. I

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