Australia: 2 in 5 chronic fatigue syndrome diagnoses wrong, worse for ME

This study says “the significant variability found between case definitions for CFS/ME is an immediate cause of confusion for clinicians and researchers alike. Further reasons include limited knowledge, lack of recognition for the disorder, and limited contact with CFS/ME patients who do not access care due to the severity of their condition as well as their low expectations for receiving adequate care and support.”

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