Group awards research grants for chronic fatigue syndrome

12/4/2008 | International Business Times

The CFIDS Association of America has awarded more than $600,000 in grants to six research teams that will focus on identifying biomarkers for chronic fatigue syndrome and improving the diagnosis and treatment of the illness. One of the grant recipients plans to use magnetic resonance spectroscopy to confirm whether high levels of lactate can be found in the brain fluid of CFS patients to identify the cause of this phenomenon.

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