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ME/CFS sufferers may be working harder at rest – by George Hines

Breakspear Medical patient and university graduate, George Hines, wrote his MSc thesis on a small study that showed that ME/CFS sufferers are working harder at a state of rest than healthy people, which may help explain the fatigue associated with ME/CFS. (Full document: A study investigating the role of the resting Respiratory Exchange Ratio)

 

Low-dose immunotherapy

Desensitization to chemical and food sensitivities by low-dose immunotherapy ascertained by provocation neutralization is associated with reduced influx of calcium ions into lymphocytes

The effect of successful low-dose immunotherapy ascertained by provocation neutralization on lymphocytic calcium ion influx following electric field exposure

Lyme disease/Borreliosis

Diagnostic use of the lymphocyte transformation test-memory lymphocyte immunostimulation assay in confirming active Lyme borreliosis in clinically and serologically ambiguous case

Hyperosmia in Lyme disease

Urinary Bladder Detrusor Dysfunction Symptoms in Lyme Disease

Respiratory modulation of cardiac vagal tone in Lyme disease

The Association of Lyme Disease With Loss of Sexual Libido and the Role of Urinary Bladder Detrusor Dysfunction

The effect of artesunate on short-term memory in Lyme borreliosis

ME/CFS

A Molecular Neurobiological Approach to Understanding the Aetiology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease) with Treatment Implications

Auto-immunity & viruses

Serological cross-reactivity between viruses and their contribution to autoimmunity

Treatments

Carbon dioxide therapy in hypocapnic respiratory failure

Co-administration of α-lipoic acid and glutathione is associated with no significant changes in serum bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase or γ-glutamyltranspeptidase levels during the treatment of neuroborreliosis with intravenous ceftriaxone

Desensitization to chemical and food sensitivities by low-dose immunotherapy ascertained by provocation neutralization is associated with reduced influx of calcium ions into lymphocytes

The relationship between plasma vascular endothelial growth factor and erythrocyte 2,3-bisphosphoglycerate: The putative role of chronic hypoxia

Recovery from Cogwheel Rigidity and Akinesia and Improvement in Vibration Sense and Olfactory Perception following Removal of an Epoxy-Oleic Acid DNA Adduct

The effect of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on food sensitivity

The potential use of cholestyramine to reduce the risk of developing Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhoea in patients receiving long-term intravenous ceftriaxone

The relationship between plasma vascular endothelial growth factor and erythrocyte 2.3-biphosloglycerate: The putative role of chronic hypoxia

Detoxification

Removal of DNA adducts

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