Mold hypothesis

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The mold hypothesis, in reference to ME/CFS, is that a severe reaction to mold or environmental exposure to it led to the symptoms and diagnosis of either ME or CFS. Although viral onset is thought to be at the root of most ME/CFS diagnoses it is believed some may have had a severe response to mold.

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