CDCs Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Wichita Clinical Study
The Wichita Clinical Study data were collected during a 2-day in-hospital clinical assessment study conducted from December 2002 to July 2003 in Wichita, KS, USA (referred to as Wichita Clinical Study). Assessments included clinical evaluation of each subject’s medical and psychiatric status, sleep characteristics and cognitive functioning. Laboratory testing evaluated neuroendocrine status, autonomic nervous system function, systemic cytokine profiles, peripheral blood gene expression patterns and polymorphisms in genes involved in neurotransmission and immune regulation. Evaluation was performed without knowledge of disease classification.
Data and Documentation
Location of Access
Your request for access to restricted-use data is captured within the RDC proposal. In the proposal, please thoroughly explain your research need for access to restricted-use variables, your analytic plan, how you intend to report your results, and the exact output you need for your near final product (e.g., paper, journal article or presentation). All sections of the proposal must be filled-out and clearly stated. Submit your proposal as one document to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confidentiality and Disclosure
After the proposal is approved, all members of the research team are required to complete the Confidentiality Training. Please submit your Confidentiality Training certificate and signed, notarized non-disclosure affidavit to your RDC Analyst along with the Data Use Agreement. For more information, see: Confidentiality and Disclosure
Review Output for Disclosure Risk
All output submitted for a disclosure review must be the near final product and it must match the output described in your approved proposal. We will not review frequency distributions or other large volumes of output. For more information, see: Output Policies and Procedures