Whether your life changed very quickly or the change was more gradual, the outcome was the same: some sort of system reset left you stuck in a chronic illness state.
Because epigenetics identifies “genetic resets” that occur as a result of meeting up with biological stressors (such as pathogens), it provides a profound opportunity to identify what may have gone wrong.
In the most comprehensive ME/CFS epigenetic study yet, researchers from the Institute for Neuroimmune Medicine find that the epigenetic changes in ME/CFS appear to have unleashed pro-inflammatory and autoimmune factors that may have contributed mightily to this disease. Find out more in the Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog:
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