I had to wait six months to see Dr Peter Morin, but he is worth it. He travels to northern Maine periodically, which is where I saw him, and probably explains the long waiting list. He says he is not a CFS specialist, but is familiar with our issues, and how poorly we are treated by most of the medical industry. Instead of shrugging his shoulders at all the obvious systemic symptoms and throwing some horrible antiseizure med at the migraines, he actually wants to find out what is causing them. Can you imagine? I've been looking for a doctor like this for over eight years! I was actually treated with respect and compassion instead of disdain. And patient knowledge does not threaten his manhood. I'm guessing he skipped the med school class where they teach doctors they have to be the smartest person in the room. If I heard correctly, he is even going to call my primary care doc to discuss my florinef treatment, saying, "Florinef is not a trivial medication, and its use needs to be closely monitored". I never heard of doctors actually talking to each other. I thought it was against the law. Will he actually be able to help me? I don't know, of course, but he is at least going to try. I can't ask for more than that.