We all pretty much assume that inflammation and metabolic and energy production problems come together to produce fatigue in ME/CFS. Surprisingly, though, except for in one field, very little study in the medical field has been devoted to proving that.

A recent review article from a noted research group lead by Robert Dantzer, however, proposed how those factors come together to produce fatigue – and they largely used ME/CFS research to prove it.Find out how ME/CFS researchers are leading the medical field in this important area in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog

Major Research Group Highlights Inflammation Energy Production Connection in ME/CFS

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