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A Tale of Bureaucracy, Money and Belief
By Caroline T. Anderson
 
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Dozens of people are falling ill in a rural, Ohio town. The symptoms are all the same: extreme fatigue, swollen glands, exercise intolerance, difficulty with memory and concentration, dizziness, and joint pain. The novel uses extensively researched data on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or ME/CFS, as it follows the investigation by a local reporter and the town doctor into the cause of the outbreak. The pair uncover a decades-old plot by insurance companies to paint ME/CFS as a psychosomatic illness to avoid making billions in payments as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention closes its eyes to the situation. The investigation turns violent as the community get closer to uncovering the truth about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and its link to infectious viruses. Set on horse farms run by tough women, `Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Novel' exposes the money motive that has stifled research into the illness, which has ruined the lives of millions of Americans, three out of four of whom are women.
 
 
 
Your family and friends are thinking --
 
"But my loved one doesn't LOOK sick. They're just in a slump. If they just push themselves they'll feel better."
 
None of that could be further from the truth. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is likely caused by contagious viruses.
 
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It's like walking in a dream, screaming for help at the top of your lungs, but no sound emerges, and no one hears. For me and others with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, it's a familiar feeling. But like a phoenix rising from the ashes, I was brought back to life this year through the use of antivirals.  
 
After my recovery, I had more questions than answers. Why doesn't the general medical community know about this treatment? Why are only a very few doctors willing to give antivirals a try? My recovery started an obsession and an intense research quest for the answer. What I found wasn't pretty. 
 
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Novel is an attempt to tell the tale of a system gone awry and to give voice to those fighting to be heard. It's written simply, and I hope enjoyably. Anyone should be able to finish it  in a couple of sittings. In this way, I'm hoping the word will spread.
 
I told a friend recently about my book and his response was -- chronic fatigue syndrome isn't real. I said I wrote this book for you and handed him a copy.
 
Politics, money, bureaucracy, and prejudice have quite possiblity allowed a contagious retrovirus to spread unchecked through the population. When completely understood, this may become the largest epidemic in U.S. history, four times larger than the U.S. population with HIV/AIDS.
 
I wanted to add my voice to the ardent group of  volunteers who are tirelessly working to spread the information. A novel seemed a good way to hold the reader's interest, while they learned the truth.
Caroline T. Anderson
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