Studies dating back decades indicate that natural killer cells aren’t up to the job of killing infected cells in ME/CFS. Killing isn’t the only thing these cells do, though, the’re also involved in immune functioning.
A large study examining the kinds of NK cells present suggests ME/CFS may be an autoimmune/inflammatory disease. Find out more in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored post
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