The NIH’s Intramural study constitutes the biggest “fishing expedition” ever done in this disease. From stays in metabolic chambers, to ME/CFS patients immune systems being transplanted into mice, to their “brains” (neurons) being grown in a dish, this study is going where no study has gone

It has the potential to upend what we know about ME/CFS and provide a solid foundation for future work. Former NIH employee and Washington Post reporter Brian Vastag went through the first part of the study. Find how what he had to say about it in


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