When Judy Mikovits found links between chronic fatigue syndrome and a virus, the world took notice. Now, she's caught between the patients who believe her work and the researchers who don't.
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Callaway, E. Virology: Fighting for a cause. Nature 471, 282–285 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1038/471282a
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