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Lowered Serum Cesium Levels in Schizophrenia: Association with Immune-Inflammatory Biomarkers and Cognitive Impairments: Almulla et al - Feb 2020

Discussion in 'Health News and Research unrelated to ME/CFS' started by Sly Saint, Feb 14, 2020.

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    Sly Saint Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202002.0175/v1
     
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    This is the first I've seen that fatigue, whatever is actually meant by this here, is significant in schizophrenia. Which wouldn't be surprising, we see the same of being significant in MS and RA with little recognition from researchers and clinicians, but is it actually the case here or just someone's attempt at finding correlations?

    Prior similar research in RA: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12011-018-1497-5
     
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