Christopher R. Snell

Dr. Christopher Snell is a Professor of Health and Exercise Science at the University of the Pacific, Stockton, California. He is also Scientific Director of the Pacific Fatigue Laboratory, a research, clinical and teaching laboratory focused on the functional aspects of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) and other fatigue-related disorders. Dr. Snell has been involved in CFS research for over 15 years and currently chairs the Chronic Fatigue Advisory Committee to the US Department of Health.

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While the chapters in this book are a long way from solving the enigma that is CFS, they do represent important attempts to understand this complex and perplexing disease. A common theme in them all is CFS as a multisystem disease with the possibility of more than one cause and influenced by a variety of interacting factors. Further, they acknowledge the reality of CFS for persons with this disease and the importance of finding causes, treatments and ultimately a cure. As advanced biomedical research techniques are increasingly applied to the study of CFS, it is surely only a matter of time before biomarkers are identified, etiologies understood, and remedies devised.

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