Fearing Death Was at Hand, Fred Finds an Answer

Fearing Death Was at Hand, Fred Finds an Answer

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Name
Fred
Diagnosis
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Disease Course Over Time
At age 47 in 1991 in just 30 days, Fred went from being a daily jogger to someone who was barely able to make it to work. He retired as University professor at 55 due to increasing disability. He spent $10,000 traveling to medical centers across the U.S. to no avail.

By 2006 he was home bound and feared death was near. Within six months of trying Valcyte he was back to 75%, able to socialize, travel and do routine house maintenance.
Type of Onset
acute flu-like
Approximate Date of Illness Began
1991-1995
Duration
11-15 years
Functionality at it's Worst
Mostly homebound
Antiviral or Immune Modulators That Made a Difference for You
Valcyte
Present State of Health
Leads near normal life but cannot exercise vigorously
Suggested Resources
Dr. Lerner, MD, is an extraordinarily highly qualified Infectious Disease
doctor. Formerly, for over 20 years, he was the Dean of Infectious Disease
and Internal Medicine at Wayne State University, and author of over
200 peered reviewed articles with numerous national and international
presentations.

At age 55, Dr. Lerner came down with CFS. Since then, he
has devoted his full time to finding and/or developing: special tests to better
identify the virus many CFSers have and special treatment protocols to use
when viruses are found in CFS patients.

To date, over 1000 CFS patients have met with Dr. Lerner at the Center with many experiencing the same success I have reported.
To date, over 1000 CFS patients have met with Dr. Lerner at the Center with many experiencing the same success I have reported.
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Cort
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