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Section - 2.09 Is CFS genetic?

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Several studies suggest that there may be a genetic component to CFS. This =
is not
surprising since CFS seems to involve immune dysfunction to some degree, an=
d
immune-related illnesses often have a genetic component. The evidence on th=
is point is
not clear. And the fact that there seem to be cluster outbreaks of this ill=
ness seems to
argue against genetics as being the sole factor.

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