Dr Gordon Broderick of the University of Alberta discusses how he tracks the severity of both illnesses on a molecular level. He discusses the measurable and characteristic disturbances which he is finding in the immune metabolic functions, the immune cytotoxic functions and the immune cell signaling functions which differ between the afflicted population in his study and the control group.
Dr Broderick's fascinating presentation is from the conference "Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME and Gulf War Illness" hosted by Dr Nancy Klimas at the VA Hospital in Miami on March 26, 2011.
Video duration: 47:56 minutes
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