For years Dr. Peterson suspected some of his ME/CFS patients were different. They’d started off looking like normal ME/CFS patients but over time they changed dramatically – and not for the better.
The recent spinal fluid study from Mady Hornig, Ian Lipkin and Dr. Peterson suggested that Dr. Peterson was right: from early in the illness a subset of patients appears to be both very different immunologically – and predisposed to get worse.
Peterson’s Atypical Subset Opens a New View of ME/CFS
Posting here because my phone won’t connect to the comment box on simmaron. The email that you posted Cory, on behalf of somebody is a very important contribution. If the problem is the auto-immune then bone marrow transplant or chemo and stem cell transplants might help. I wonder how often this has happened for people. I think Cheney was looking into this a while ago.