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Medicine: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome #334815

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 27, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Illness affecting naturalist Charles Darwin recalled. Report introduced.

(Charlotte: Susan Spencer) Debilitating disease of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) examined; scenes shown. [Mark IVERSON - describes his symptoms.] [Physician Dr. Paul CHENEY - comments.] [Victim Sherry STOCKTON - comments.] [University of California, San Francisco Dr. Jay LEVY - says a new virus is causing syndrome.] [Chronic fatigue specialist Dr. Carol JESSOP - describes how illness works.] Problems in diagnosing and treating CFS outlined. [Patient Denise FISHER - comments on her frustrations.]

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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