Blood cells in chronic fatigue syndrome are drained of energy

2019-03-02 06:03:00

Mario Mitsis/Alamy By Andy Coghlan Thirteen years ago, Cara Tomas was rendered bedbound with chronic fatigue syndrome. It came on suddenly, she says, without warning signs. Even now she has good days and bad days due to the lingering effects of the disease. “A lot of people dismiss it as a psychological disease, which is a big frustration,” she says. Tomas knows more about CFS than most. A PhD student at Newcastle University in the UK,