by Sasha Nimmo Queensland's Griffith University is home to the National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases (NCNED), one of the leading centres for research in ME and chronic fatigue syndrome. They've been in the news lately for their patented biomarker discovery on calcium channel ion defects in patients. The words 'breakthrough' and 'finally' have … Continue reading Calcium channel ion defects: research from Australia’s Griffith Uni
Meet the Scientists: Rhiannon Morris is from Melbourne's The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI) which is the oldest research institute in Australia.
by Sasha Nimmo An Australian university’s longitudinal study into immune changes in people with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) may lead to diagnostic test. Griffith University researchers have looked at the immune systems of patients with moderate and severe CFS (1994 Fukuda criteria) once, then again six months later. The study has just been published in the Journal of … Continue reading Study shows immune differences in moderate and severe chronic fatigue syndrome (Fukuda criteria)
by Sasha Nimmo Spanish study looks at the difference between men and women with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Fukuda criteria) Spanish researchers looked at the differences between men and women diagnosed with CFS (Fukuda criteria*) to identify any sex-related differences that may impact disease progression or management. The biggest difference they found was in the onset of disease. The most … Continue reading Study shows gender differences in CFS