Isn't it about time we asked for a name change? Studies by Dr Jason and others have found that the name "Chronic fatigue syndrome" has a substantial effect on how patients are treated. The problem is that this name was invented primarily by psychiatrists and the name itself implies too much about the disease. Likewise with ME. Other syndromes often have more neutral names. Guillain–Barr syndrome for example. So why not change the name of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to something more neutral, like Cheney-Peterson disease or similar?