Watch the Stanford Research Update on T-cells

Dr. Mark Davis, Director of the Stanford Institute for Immunity, Transplantation, and Infection, talks about his work with T-cells to understand their role in ME/CFS and to determine if ME/CFS is an autoimmune disease.
The Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) is funding the work of Dr. Davis into ME/CFS.

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1 thought on “Watch the Stanford Research Update on T-cells”

  1. Debbie Iverson

    This is exciting research! Looking forward to more updates. Proof of autoimmunity would definitely spark interest in developing tests and treatment. I don’t mean to sound petty, but I do wish someone could suggest to Dr. Davis that using the term “chronic fatigue” in place of “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” or “ME/CFS” is misleading to those outside of the ME/CFS research, patient, and advocate community.

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