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Metabolic markers for CFS

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This slightly technical paper shows that people with CFS have significant differences in the serum levels of a number of metabolites compared to people without CFS.

The authors suggest that CFS is linked to environmental stress. They also argue that the differences that they have measured may lead to improved diagnosis and better ways of treating CFS.

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