Recovery Potentially Possible: Naviaux Talks on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) – Health Rising

“The first thing I asked him about was the expanded metabolomic ME/CFS study I’d just given blood for. Naviaux’s initial metabolomics study generated some big waves in the ME/CFS community. Subsequently Maureen Hanson’s and Fluge and Mellas’ studies found broadly similar findings. The Simmaron Research Foundation is using Naviaux’s results to inform their own enlarged spinal fluid study, and the Solve ME/CFS Initiative just funded a metabolic analysis of B-cells. Plus, in the wake of Naviaux’s study we took a new look at what turned out to be some earlier fascinating Australian metabolomics studies. Naviaux’s study opened up a new world for many of us.
Naviaux’s current study is about 50% bigger than the first and will contain roughly equal numbers of men and women. Naviaux will be analyzing his own mass spectrometer results, but in the second part of the study Oliver Fiehn at UC Davis will be implementing Naviaux’s methods on a different mass spectrometer machine. Fiehn’s West Coast Metabolomics Center is an NIH Regional Resource Core designed to advance the use of metabolomics in medical research and other fields. Fiehn is a well-published author who recently co-authored a metabolomics cerebral spinal fluid study which predicted the progression of Alzheimer’s with 99% accuracy.
The analysis for the expanded ME/CFS study should be done by July of next year with the paper published hopefully 4-5 months later. […]”

http://www.healthrising.org/blog/2016/12/13/22744/

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