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New Research into Chronic Fatigue

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Researchers at Griffith University have released new findings on potential causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, in light of International Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Awareness Day, on May 12. 

Panorama spoke to professor Donald Staines, co director of the national center for neuro-immunology and emerging diseases about the research, as well as Evan Young, an RMIT student living with Chronic Fatigue. 

Monica Ireland reports. 

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