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|A great guide to understanding
this highly complex illness.
When diagnosed with CFS, I didn't know anything about it. I immediately
decided to learn all I could about this syndrome, and this book provided more information
than I ever hoped for. The authors truly understand what it is like to have
CFS, and absolutely validated my feelings and symptoms. The book offers
information about prescription drugs, herbal remedies and vitamins that is thorough and
helpful. I am glad to report that I am feeling much better after taking some
of the recommended supplements, which are not mentioned in any of the other literature I
found on this subject. If you are going to buy one book about CFS, this is the
one to get. It's the only one you'll need. A reader from Los Angeles, California ,
April 9, 1999
Epstein-Barr Virus and Human Disease, 1990
by D. V. Ablashi, A.T. Huang
Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Epstein-Barr Virus and Associated
Malignant Diseases, held in Hualien, Taiwan, September 1990, give special attention to the
various genes involved in viral infection, as well as to new research on how cancer
develops from a normal cell. Among the topics: nasopharyngeal carcinoma,
lymphoproliferative diseases, molecular aspects of EBV, immunology of EBV-related
disorders, future trends.
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Virus and Human Disease, 1988
by D.V. Ablashi, A. Faggioni
Papers from the Third International Symposium on EBV and Associated Malignant Diseases
held in Rome, Italy, Oct. 1988, highlight advances in the biology, molecular biology, and
immunity of this virus as well as the diagnosis, clinical management, and prevention of
EBV- associated diseases. Also discussed are the possible cofactors in the etiology of
EBV. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Development of Epstein-Barr Virus Vaccines
by Andrew J., Ph.D. Morgan
Traces the 13 years of research at Bristol, England, towards the development of a vaccine
for the Epstein-Barr virus, a herpesvirus that is present in at least 95% of the human
population but is increasingly being linked to a number of cancers. Reviews
what is known about the general biology and molecular biology of the virus and the
diseases associated with it, and points out the gaps in knowledge that make designing a
vaccine difficult. Explains the various approaches to vaccine development,
emphasizing the most common, based on the major EBV envelope glycoprotein gp340, but also
the recent attempts to rile up cytotoxic T cells against virus antigens.
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Tumorigenic DNA Viruses
(Advances in Viral Oncology, Vol 8)
by George Klein
The eighth volume in this respected series reviews the three major DNA groups with a
postulated or proven tumorigenic potential: papillomaviruses, animal hepatitis B viruses,
and Epstein-Barr virus. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
by Jesse, M.D. Stoff, Charles Phd. Pellegrino
|Since the first edition, this
widely praised bestseller has helped thousands of people recognize and understand the
debilitating effects of chronic fatigue syndrome. Difficult to diagnose and impossible to
cure, CFS strikes an alarming number of people each year. Now the authors provide hope
with a comprehensive program to fight CFS.
A Biopsychosocial Perspective
(Application and Practice in Health Psychology)
by Perry M. Nicassio, Timothy W. Smith
Discusses the biopsychosocial model of care for the chronically ill and examines the
professional and organizational considerations that shape the delivery of services,
addressing topics including psychological and neurological assessment, stress management,
medical regimens, ethnocultural considerations, cognitive-behavioral treatment of illness
behavior, and issues of death, dying, and bereavement.
Of interest to health psychologists and clinical and counseling professionals who
treat chronically ill patients.
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