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King’s College: Clues to chronic fatigue syndrome in overactive immune response | 17 December 2018

This research found that neither psycho-social factors or depression could account for the overactive immune response or the persistent fatigue. More work is needed to confirm that these findings ... See more

“Our results are the first step in identifying those at risk.”

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Could overactive immune system trigger ME?

"Our findings suggest that people who have an exaggerated immune response to a trigger may be more at risk of developing CFS." Alice Russell.

Research paper: Persistent fatigue induced by ... See more

Researchers say the study is a "light in the fog" in the search for the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Chronic fatigue syndrome 'could be triggered by overactive immune system'

"An overactive immune response appears to be a trigger for persistent fatigue, say researchers in a study that could shed light on the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome."

"Professor Pariante added ... See more

Research suggests body’s response to infection may be responsible for onset of CFS

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may be triggered by hyperactive immune system, study suggests

"Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may be triggered by an out-of-control immune system which overreacts to an illness or emotional stress, a new study suggests."

#MECFS #ImmuneSystem #HepC #InterpheronAlpha ... See more

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may be triggered by an out-of-control immune system which overreacts to an illness or emotional stress, a new study suggests.

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