Friday, October 21, 2011

Norwegian research breakthrough can solve CFS-mystery

Barbro Eikesdal,

“When we have cancer patients that are as sick as many of these patients are, they have a very short life expectancy. That says a lot about the quality of life for many of them.” Professor Mella is convinced that the possible treatment of CFS patients can have tremendous significance.

“Knowing that CFS each year costs society about nine billion dollars, that is in the US alone, says a lot about the colossal costs involved. I addition you have the patients expenses.

However, even more important is the fact that the quality of live for millions of patients, worldwide, can dramatically improve.” Read more>>

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