For many people who believe they have chronic fatigue syndrome, progress may be in sight from a Griffith University study that hopes to have some useful results in several years. Recognition means a lot as acknowledgement of the condition is still not widespread.
The researcher says:
“We have two objectives . . . . To find the biological markers and identify where the condition originates.”
The research has already led to several clues about how the disease develops.
In the meantime there is much advice about how people can help to maintain a healthy immune system.