Paul Cheney, his is one of the most recognized names in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFIDS) treatment and research. He was one of the doctors who recognized an outbreak of "something" in Incline Village at Lake Tahoe in 1984 and called in the CDC. This initial outbreak lead to the recognition as chronic fatigue syndrome as a unique medical condition. He has treated over 3000 patients with CFIDS from 48 states and 15 countries. Dr. Cheney has published numerous articles in peer reviewed medical journals and lectured around the world on the subject of CFIDS.
Interview on CFS Radio
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