By Simon McGrath in ME/CFS Research Review.
Dr Ron Davis recently revealed more evidence supporting the idea that there could be “something in the blood” that drives ME/CFS.
He’s been on a tour of the US East Coast, winning over scientists and clinicians, one lecture hall at a time.
Open Medicine Foundation has made available his talk at the Albert Einstein Medical Centre. Much of the talk’s content will be familiar to ME/CFS patients, so I am highlighting here the things that appeared to be new and particularly interesting.
Something in the (blood) plasma
Previous work from Ron Davis and others has suggested that an unknown factor in the blood is driving ME/CFS and can cause healthy cells to behave like ME/CFS cells.
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