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The mass experiment carried out in six states of America has showed that the onco rna virus XMRV can’t be the reason for the human organism developing the syndrome of chronic fatigue.
The article published in “mBio” medical journal states that during the recent years the number of chronic fatigue cases has increased dramatically. The most parts of the patients complain about the common set of symptoms such as often severe muscle cramps, insomnia, headache and depressed mood. In 2009 Judy Mikovits from the Wittmore and Peterson Research Institute published the article where she described how the onco rna virus XMRV which is deadly dangerous for mice affects the human health. But the following research didn’t provide any information that proved the direct influence of the virus on the human body so the article was retracted from the “Science” magazine.