By Cort Johnson in Simmaron Research.
BV has been a virus of interest since almost day one in chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). In fact, at one point, EBV was such a hot topic that ME/CFS was called for a time “chronic Epstein-Barr virus” disease.
While studies have generally failed to find evidence of EBV reactivation, EBV has never fallen out of the picture with ME/CFS and for good reason. For one, it’s entirely possible that researchers were looking in the wrong place to determine if EBV is an issue in this disease. For another, EBV infection in adolescence or later and the infectious mononucleosis (glandular fever) it produces, is a common trigger in ME/CFS, and is a proven risk factor for multiple sclerosis.
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