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FAQ: CFS FAQ
Section - 2.13 Does CFS increase the likelihood of cancer? There have been n=

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studies about this question to date. Clinicians dealing with the illness ha=
ve not noticed
any higher incidence of cancer among their CFS patients. The issue is raise=
d, however,
because some research shows that CFS patients have impaired natural killer =
(NK) cell
activity, and it is the NK cells which primarily protect against cancer. So=
 this is an issue
that bears watching.

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