OTHER RESEARCH – Children and Young People with ME/CFS

Biochemical and vascular aspects of pediatric chronic fatigue syndrome. (Published September 2010)

“Conclusions: Biomedical anomalies seen in adults with CFS/ME-increased oxidative stress and increased white blood cell apoptosis-can also be observed in children with clinically diagnosed CFS/ME compared with matched controls. Unlike in their adult counterparts, however, arterial stiffness remained within the reference range in these pediatric patients.”


The Newcastle NHS CFS Service:  not all fatigue is the same

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