Category:Systematic reviews

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This category contains systematic reviews about myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. Systematic reviews are reviews that follow a pre-determined review process and typically use well-established assessment standards to draw conclusions from a set of similar studies. Systematic reviews are often heavily cited by others, and do not contain original research findings. They are generally regarded as high quality independent secondary sources of information about a medical topic.

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