New Findings in CFS/ME

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Discussion of PNAS article by scientist at WPI Institute in Nevada

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Maj. Denise Nichols, Vietnam era and Gulf War veteran, retired nurse, MSN, retired US Air Force Flight Nurse Clinical specialist in cardio-vascular nursing, served on the nursing faculty of several universities around the country. Denise has been active in research and advocacy in the areas of Gulf War Illness and Agent Orange. Denise has testified before congress many times, has been interviewed nationally and internationally and is an outspoken advocate for Americas veterans.

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  1. Thank you Denise. The video clips were very useful for putting this “labor of love” in good perspective.

    It sounds like if it is viral, and its chronic, that once CFS sets in, it is in for the duration. Is that a correct conclusion?

    Tom

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