“The idea that a psychosocial model of treatment is more appropriate in CFS than in any other disease is incorrect. All chronic diseases do better with a psychosocial component to their treatment. Illness will exacerbate all of our underlying neurotic tendencies. This is the human response to illness.”
Eric Gordon, MD
“Metabolomic Deficiencies Characteristic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome“
Analyzing Individual Metabolomics Study (AIMS)
Science in Service of Humanity (SISOH) is currently organizing AIMS, funded through the Gordon Medical Research Center (GMRC), a non-profit funding research into chronic illness, and with advice from the Naviaux Lab at UC San Diego. AIMS will be the third metabolomics study looking at how comprehensive metabolomics analysis can be used to evaluate CFS/ME. AIMS builds on our previous studies, also conducted in collaboration with Robert Naviaux at UC San Diego, which demonstrated there is a clear metabolomic profile in patients with CFS/ME.
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Read more about Metabolomics Research with SISOH.
See our published study, “Metabolic features of chronic fatigue syndrome”
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