Matthew Hotopf

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Matthew Hotopf is a British psychiatrist.

Hotopf developed an interest in chronic fatigue syndrome when, as a medical student, he suffered from glandular fever and enrolled into Peter White's study on peristent fatigue following an Epstein-Barr virus infection.[1]

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