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      Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or CFS -- also known as Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS). CFS is a non-contagious condition characterized by the onset of flu-like symptoms, brain-fog, and unexplained, debilitating fatigue. Muscles and joints ache and headaches appear - but are not helped by the usual pain and cold-relief medications Although CFS is not fatal, it can persist for several years with symptoms worsening or disappearing altogether. CFS interferes dramatically with leading a normal life.

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