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What It Is To Be Human: Holobionts and the Microbiology of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

By Bronc Dr. Amy Proal, of the PolyBio Research Foundation, is a microbiologist interested in the molecular mechanisms by which bacterial, fungal and viral pathogens dysregulate human gene expression, immunity and metabolism. She is especially interested in how dysfunction of the human microbiome and/or the human virome can contribute to chronic inflammatory disease processes. We sat down with Dr. Amy

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Central Autonomic Network Disturbance in People with ME: A Conversation with Dr. Mark Zinn

by Bronc Dr. Mark Zinn and his late wife Dr. Marcie Zinn co-founded the NeuroCognitive Research Institute. He has expertise in quantitative and tomographic methods of electro-encephalographic analysis, in order to test theoretical premises in research involving neurocognitive disorders. From 2011-2014 he served as research consultant at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he studied cognitive impairment in infection-associated chronic

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Where Exactly does ME/CFS Research Stand in 2021? Dr. Komaroff Explains

From the central nervous system to Long COVID to energy impairment, Dr. Anthony Komaroff provides his perspective on over 30 years of scientific research into myalgic encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and post-acute viral illnesses. Versión en español • Version française • Nederlandse versie • Deutsche Version By Bronc and Eric Pyrrhus Dr. Anthony Komaroff is really on a roll. For a sometimes

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