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CFS & Fibromyalgia Research Updates—the Sonoma Working Group

Friday 31 October 2008

Jacob TeitelbaumDr Jacob Teitelbaum (pictured), a well-known authority on ME/CFS in the US, has published a report on the Sonoma Working Group, a collection of researchers presenting the latest findings to each other.

As Dr Teitelbaum describes it:

This group is composed of 30 of the world's leading CFS researchers and clinicians. Each year we are brought together to compare notes and teach each other what we've learned. We have also been offered what may be the largest CFS research grant ever given, with our instructions being to explore the causes of CFS and to determine how to treat it effectively. With 30 very bright and very opinionated CFS researchers, the sparks were flying—and everyone learned a lot! In this article, I am happy to give an overview of some of the ideas that I found to be most interesting.

The full report can be found here:

CFS & Fibromyalgia Research Updates—the Sonoma Working Group

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