Researchers and clinical specialists combine forces to better understand one of the most puzzling and stigmatized of human illnesses, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Broadly labeled and little understood, this syndrome encompasses a variety of diagnoses and labels, including immune dysfunction syndrome, myalgic encephalomyelitis,
postural orthostatic tachycardia, and others.
Working in conjunction with world-class scientists and utilizing cutting edge technology, infectious disease expert José Montoya, MD is aggressively pushing to discover causes and develop treatments through the Stanford Initiative on Infection-Associated Chronic Diseases.
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