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sallieq [Recent research]
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sallieq [Evidence of infectious cause]
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 Patients with CFS showed abnormalities in 20 metabolic pathways. (({{pubmed>​long: ​   27573827}})) Patients with CFS showed abnormalities in 20 metabolic pathways. (({{pubmed>​long: ​   27573827}}))
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-Today scientific evidence ​provides ​growing ​link between infectious agents and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.+Today scientific evidence ​may provide ​a link between infectious agents and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. 
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 +In October 2009, we reported the first direct isolation of infectious xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus (XMRV). In that study, we used a combination of biological amplification and molecular enhancement techniques to detect XMRV in more than 75% of 101 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).(({{pubmed>​long:​21178474}})) 
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 +[[http://​sacfs.asn.au/​download/​XMRV%20-%20Supporting%20Online%20Material.pdf|Detection of an Infectious Retrovirus, XMRV, in Blood Cells of Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome]]
  
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 <​mainarticle>​ [[home:​patients:​mp_duration|Length of the Marshall Protocol]]</​article>​ <​mainarticle>​ [[home:​patients:​mp_duration|Length of the Marshall Protocol]]</​article>​
  
-The length of time it takes an MP patient to return to a given level of functionality seems to vary somewhat by disease. Diseases like CFS and Lyme may take longer. This may be because patients with these diseases tend to be sicker than most.+The length of time it takes an MP patient to return to a given level of functionality seems to vary somewhat by disease. Diseases like CFS and Lyme are likely to take longer. This may be because patients with these diseases tend to be sicker than most.
  
  
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