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The technical name for the type of hypercoagulation seen in CFIDS is "antiphospholipid antibody syndrome" or APS This has been recently changed to HUGHES SYNDROME. A search of Medline found the following information:

  • "interleukin-6 produced by the myxoma(virus) could trigger an immunological reaction leading to the primary antiphospholipid syndrome"
  • Helicobacter pylori can provoke APS
  • Statins are an additional therapeutic tool in APS
  • Allergies previously not seen can be associated with APS
  • Infectious agents have been implicated in the development of the antiphospholipid syndrome (APS).
     

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