• Have We Been Thinking About Long-Haul Coronavirus All Wrong?

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    A few years ago, Jaime Seltzer was helping coordinate research projects, grant applications and funding for a Stanford research group studying a condition called myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. Up to 2.5 million Americans, including Seltzer, have ME/CFS, and yet it felt like almost no one paid attention to her group's research. “What is it going to take for researchers to take ME seriously?” she and her colleagues often wondered aloud.
    The morbid answer, they hypothesized, was a pandemic. Since ME/CFS often follows viral infections, they feared it would take something...
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