Category Archives: CFS

The Life Of A Eugenicist

This is very similar to experience with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Marian Van Court writes: Several months later, I was sitting in my apartment in my old oak rocking chair, reading, when I looked up and thought to myself, Jesus Christ! … Continue reading

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WP: ‘Klimas (who also treats HIV/AIDS) says that if she had to choose between having HIV and having CFS, she’d unquestionably choose HIV’

From the Washington Post: Klimas couldn’t cure me, but she helped. She gave me immune modulators so my immune system wouldn’t overrev as though I were fighting an eternal flu. She worked to improve my sleep, suggesting a monitor to … Continue reading

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Nardil Saves Lives

I just finished reading the 2012 biography of author David Foster Wallace. He received great help from the medication Nardil and less than a year after he went off it in 2007, he committed suicide. I was largely bedridden from … Continue reading

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Slogging Thru Another CFS Relapse

I’ve been suffering through a relapse of my Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) over the past three weeks, brought on by a vigorous month of exercise on my new stationary bike, bring my weight down to 177 pounds (down ten). Every … Continue reading

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I Remember Me

Great documentary! During my 17-year struggle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), I’ve often felt as U.S. women’s soccer player Michelle Akers says in this movie — that she died on the day she got sick. This is a superb documentary … Continue reading

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