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ME/CFS fatigue differs from other fatigues – Alan Light

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In this webinar entitled 62. ME/cfs and exclusive conditions Prof Alan Light compares me/cfs fatigue with the fatigue of depression, fibromyalgia, prostate cancer and multiple sclerosis, using easy to understand language. He notes that me/cfs fatigue has a distinctive genetic signature and is much more severe in intensity and duration.

It is a relatively short clip and gets to the point quickly and simply – ideal for getting a simple message across, whether you have me/cfs or not.

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Of interest are his comments at these times in the clip:

  • 0.24 How do ME/cfs and fibromyalgia differ?
  • 4.09 How do ME/cfs differ from fatigue in cancer and MS?

 

This interview with Professor Alan Light on the nature of me/cfs fatigue is one of a series on me/cfs found on the Science for Patients – ME / CFS Association (Wetenschap voor Patienten – ME/cvs Vereniging) Youtube channel.

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  • Science for Patients – ME / CFS Association (Wetenschap voor Patienten – ME/cvs Vereniging) [Youtube Channel]
  • 62. ME/cfs and exclusive conditions / ME/cvs en uitsluitingsfactoren – Prof Alan Light, uploaded on May 18, 2015, Science for Patients – ME / CFS Association (Wetenschap voor Patienten – ME/cvs Vereniging) [Youtube Video]
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Russell Logan worked as a magazine publisher and editor until forced into early retirement through ill health with ME. He has battled with moderate to severe ME for 25 years. He now lives in Noosaville, Australia.

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