Carmen Scheibenbogen may have identified an autoimmune subset in ME/CFS – and a possible treatment. (Image from Invest in ME).

Carmen Scheibenbogen is unusual. Not only has she become one of the most prolific ME/CFS researchers of the past few years but she’s doing her research from a country – Germany – which hardly acknowledges the disease’s existence.

Plus, she’s identified an autoimmune subset in chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), and in her latest study found a treatment that might be able to help them.In short Dr. Scheibenbogen is a breath of fresh air in a field that desperately needs new researchers.

Find out more about her work, her autoimmune subset and a possible treatment in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog:

Hope for an ME/CFS Autoimmune Subset: A German Researcher Steps Forward

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