The CDC has called the new Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research exciting, but preliminary.
“If I don’t know the nature of the cases and controls, I can’t interpret the findings,” Dr. William C. Reeves, who directs public health research on the syndrome, told The New York Times.
“We and others are looking at our own specimens and trying to confirm it,” he said. “If we validate it, great. My expectation is that we will not.”
Remember that Dr. Reeves & those at the CDC are among those who firmly believe that so-called chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia is a mental illness, a psychosomatic disorder, a hysteria of women.