Enteroviral infection hypothesis

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The enteroviral hypothesis is the hypothesis that a significant subset of patients meeting the criteria for myalgic encephalomyelitis, as well as those affected by the historic outbreaks, had their illness triggered by an enterovirus, one that might continue to persist and contribute to symptoms. It is a hypothesis held by John Chia, Byron Hyde and Melvin Ramsay.

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