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Overview: Canadian Consensus Clinical Case Definition for Myalgic Encephelomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (2005) (PDF file)

"Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" Multidisciplinary innovations in research, theory & practice in CFS.

Co-Editors: Nancy Klimas, MD, and Roberto Patarca, MD, PhD.

Subscription rate: (subject to change) Individual:$36, Institutions: $60, Libraries: $75. The Haworth Medical Press, 10 Alice St. Binghamton, NY 13904-1580, 1-800-342-9678, Fax: 1-800-895-0582

"THE DOCTOR'S GUIDE TO CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME -- Understanding, Treating, and Living with CFIDS" By David S. Bell, M.D.


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The California Capital CFIDS Association, Inc., (CCCA) is a non-profit group for persons who have been diagnosed as having CFIDS (Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome) and/or related disorders, and their family members and friends. Our purpose is to provide support, information, coping strategies, and resources for the patients and families. We recognize that each patient needs to be under the care of his/her own physician, and urge each to seek medical advice on any modality of treatment from his/her own physician. The opinions expressed by authors or speakers are their own, and the group does not take responsibility for or insure the accuracy of any expressed opinions.

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