Mark Guthridge

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Mark Guthridge, PhD, is a National Health and Medical Research Council Senior Research Fellow for the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases at Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia where he headed the Leukemia Research Laboratory.[1] Guthridge has lived with ME since 2015 after a bout of glandular fever.[2]

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  1. "Mark Guthridge". LinkedIn. Retrieved August 13, 2019.
  2. "The ME Show Episode Ten - Dr Mark Guthridge". Retrieved August 13, 2019.
  3. Guthridge, Mark (May 24, 2018), "What causes chronic fatigue? What we know, don't know and suspect", The Conversation (Australia)
  4. Guthridge, Mark (May 28, 2018), "How much do you know about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?", ABC Radio Sydney (Australia) - Breakfast Show
  5. Guthridge, Mark (May 28, 2018), "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Misunderstood Illness", 2SER Radio Sydney (Australia) - Health, science & tech
  6. Lewis, Donald P; Guthridge, Mark (June 1, 2018), "What Do We Know About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ?", ABC Radio National (Australia) - Evenings with Christine Anu
  7. Gillan, Kimberly; Meagher, Jenny; Guthridge, Mark (July 3, 2018), "'Chronic fatigue': The devastating illness that's so much worse than just tiredness", Nine MSN (Australia) - Coach