Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Current Status and Future Potentials of Emerging Biomarkers.

@article{Fischer2014ChronicFS,
  title={Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Current Status and Future Potentials of Emerging Biomarkers.},
  author={David B. Fischer and Arsani Hany William and Adam Strauss and Elizabeth R. Unger and Leonard A. Jason and Gailen D. Marshall and Jordan D. Dimitrakoff},
  journal={Fatigue : biomedicine, health & behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={93-109}
}
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) remains an incompletely characterized illness, in part due to controversy regarding its definition, biological basis and diagnosis. Biomarkers are objective measures that may lead to improvements in our understanding of CFS by providing a more coherent and consistent approach to study, diagnosis and treatment of the illness. Such metrics may allow us to distinguish between CFS subtypes - each defined by characteristic biomarkers - currently conflated under the… CONTINUE READING
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