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What Really Killed Gilda Radner?: Frontline Reports on the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic Paperback – April, 1991
One of the earliest and most thoroughly-researched volumes on the emerging Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -- at the time called "Chronic Epstein Barr Virus Syndrome." This powerful book is the result of over two-and-one-half years of investigating and reporting the Chronic Fatigue story at the very beginning of the epidemic. Writes the author, "While reporting the story you are about to read, I became convinced that governmental health agencies have done everything in their power to ignore, suppress, and even actively cover up the fact that there is a new epidemic sweeping the United States-that claimed Gilda Radner as one of its first fatalities." Here, compiled into one volume, is Neenyah Ostrom's compelling and still-relevant research.
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