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Hemispherx Biopharma has reported that the FDA has accepted for review the company's new drug application for Ampligen, an experimental therapeutic, to treat chronic fatigue syndrome, originally submitted in October 2007.
PHILADELPHIA, July 8, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Hemispherx Biopharma, Inc. (AMEX:HEB) today reported that the U.S.
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Brigitte Huber, PhD, of the Tufts University School of Medicine, presented evidence at a medical conference that suggested that a reactivated ancient retrovirus embedded in the human genome may be active in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
A study suggests that a "smoldering" central nervous system (CNS) infection may play a role in conditions that plague millions of Americans.
By SHANTEE WOODARDS Staff Writer Toni Marshall remembers the days when it was easy to leave the house and go to work, but that was 15 years ago. The Arnold resident once worked as a tax auditor, spending long hours going over invoices while staying involved in several social groups.
By Abram Katz Patients across Connecticut and the country are demanding extreme treatments for "chronic Lyme disease," but the condition does not exist, according to a group of scientists from Yale, Harvard, the University of Connecticut and other institutions.
By Megan Rauscher NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Results from the largest study of chronic fatigue syndrome to date suggests that there are specific genes and gene activity patterns that make some people more prone to develop the disorder. During a telebriefing Thursday, Dr. William C.
Chronic illness characterized by a complex of multiple symptoms is more common in deployed Gulf War I (1991) veterans than in nondeployed veterans, according to a report in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
By Karla Gale NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Because Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose in the absence of the characteristic "bull's eye rash," the illness can become entrenched and difficult to treat.
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