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CFS Phoenix June 2006 newsletter

July 26, 2006

CFS PhoenixWe recommend the online publication Phoenix Rising, an informative newsletter put out monthly by American CFS sufferer Cort Johnson on his website CFS Phoenix. It provides a quirky but in-depth and reliable view of new research in CFS.

You can subscribe to the newsletter as well as download each issue.

The 10th edition of Phoenix Rising is at:

Phoenix Rising: June 2006 (external link)

This edition continues the editor’s review of the set of papers by researchers attempting to make sense of the large CFS gene expression, gene mutation and laboratory data base generated during a two day hospital stay in Wichita, Kansas in 2003. (This issue particularly focuses on the three gene expression studies. In part three the editor will look at the gene mutation studies that got so much publicity and in part four he will look at the large subset study.)

A special edition of Phoenix Rising is shortly to be released titled “2005 – The Year In CFS Research”. It will look at the trends in CFS research over the past year, select the “Paper of the Year” and provide summaries of the top ten research efforts. If you are up to reading quite technical papers, this publication should be at the top of your list.

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