Following the XMRV controversy in 2011 Simon Wessely told the prestigious Nature journal that most researchers would rather work on images of Allah (forbidden by Islam) than ME/CFS. Wessely turned out to be wrong. In 2017 Nature reported stated that ME/CFS is now more and more being thought of a physiological disorder deserving of more funding.

Find out why Nature said that about ME/CFS and get a preview of an upcoming Ian Lipkin ME/CFS study in this Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog…

The Shift: Top Medical Journal Asserts Shift in Attitude Towards ME/CFS Has Occurred


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