Transcript: Solve ME/CFS Interviews Dr. Avi Nath

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Dr. Zaher Nahle from the Solve ME/CFS Initiative recently interviewed Dr. Avi Nath, who is leading the intramural study on ME/CFS at the NIH.
The intramural study on ME/CFS at the NIH has raised some concerns in the ME/CFS community:

Dr. Nath’s presentation aims to clarify many of the confounding issues around the NIH’s intramural study and describe the studies in greater detail.  For the full transcript as a pdf, click on the link below.
Dr Nath SMCI webinar transcript
#MEAction would like to thank the patient-volunteers who helped to transcribe this 21-page document (now with Dr. Nath’s original slides)!

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