Chronic Fatigue Patients: No Longer Fakes?

In 1982, Cynthia Toussaint, a 21-year-old North Hollywood, Calif., ballerina and actress, had a hamstring injury that wouldn't heal. Her leg pain was so severe, it was like "being doused with gasoline and lit on fire." As her symptoms grew worse, the muscles spasms contracted her right arm and leg so tightly that her limbs "folded up." Then came the fatigue -- so deep and persistent, Toussaint could barely lift her eyelids on awakening and often would fall out of a chair with sleepiness. "I...Full Story
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