http://simmaronresearch.com/2019/03/nath-intramural-chronic-fatigue-study/ These two sections caught my eye. The numbers are small but very intriguing I've often wondered if many of us have a known rare disease. Rare diseases are so hard to diagnose and the medical profession does not have many diagnosticians checking patients for these despite what we see on TV shows such as "House". Hopefully Nath expands on this in his upcoming NIH Conference presentation Not clear if these were filtered out, or part of the study. I would bet that most ME patients have not been tested for the full suite of autoimmune diseases - only the most common ones seem to be tested for...... Could this be why Ritux worked in some people in the Norwegian trials? I strongly believe we need ME/CFS literate specialists - or even better Complex Disease specialists who work on patients that other doctors have discarded and are able to check for more autoimmune and rare diseases.