February 18, 2011 A study of four different treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome finds that psychotherapy and gradual increases in exercise were clearly better than specialist care or an approach called "adaptive pacing," favored by some patients.
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Does the retrovirus XMRV play a role in chronic fatigue syndrome after all?
Whittemore Peterson Institute
December 20, 2010 Some DNA from mice may have contaminated samples of human blood and prostate tissue. Traces of the genetic code of the suspected virus, called XMRV, may have been in the mouse DNA.
August 23, 2010 Scientists Find Traces Of Virus In Chronic Fatigue Patients
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