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How can patients (particularly those who have been ill with ME / CFS & sidelined from our “normal” lives for a long time, and not just those

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Hello, I would like to ask a question to Dr Ron Thompkins please: You mention the interesting finding of preload failure in people with ME / CFS.

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Mike – Are Pulse Ox monitors on Garmin smart watches accurate? If so, would you consider readings around 80% during sleep to be relevant?

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Mike Snyder, thanks so much for your informative and interesting talk. Can you please point me to a list of the most accurate wearables you

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Dr. Phair: does the metabolic trap hypothesis explain the sex ratio (female preponderance) in ME / CFS? Thanks

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For Ron Davis: What’s happening with suramin and planned trials of suramin with me/cfs patients?

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