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The Clinical and Scientific Basis of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis--Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Eighty of the world's leading M.E./CFS authorities have contributed their knowledge to produce a 750-page encyclopedia on the disease process that may be one of the biggest single causes of chronic illness in the world today. Known in the United States as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and in Great Britain both as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome, M.E./C ...more
Hardcover, 724 pages
Published July 1st 1992 by Nightingale Research Fndtn
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An excellent resource from Dr Byron Hyde MD (editor).

This book is the one and only M.E. textbook. This book is essential reading for anyone with M.E., or an interest in M.E. Buy this book!!!

Not all of the many chapters in this book are worthwhile or still current, BUT this book is well worth the price and the 5 stars even if only for the five or six chapters written by Dr Hyde, unarguably the world's leading M.E. expert.

I'd also highly recommend you check out Dr Hyde's more recent writings. I ca
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Jay A. Goldstein is an American physician and author. He trained in psychiatry but is board-certified in family practice. After his studies, he focused on the field of neurology and neuropharmacology, inventing what he calls neurosomatic medicine. For two decades he treated primarily patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, which he considers to be neurosomatic illnesses.

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