My local public radio station, KQED, has 2 hours of interview and coverage with opportunities to call in weekday mornings. This morning they wanted to hear from their audience about what was the most important story in your community or neighborhood in 2010 as a tie in to their launching a new community driven coverage initiative http://www.kqed.org/news/publicinsightnetwork/. I equate community not with my local geographic community (since I'm so rarely out in it), but with my fellow CFS/ME patients on the internet. Amazingly I was one of the callers included in the hour at 40:45, if you want to listen. http://www.kqed.org/a/forum/R201012211000 I, too have been consumed with the release of the 4 papers examining contamination, and it may seem I omitted this most pressing issue, but please keep in mind that I was nervous and asked to respect their request that I keep it short and impersonal. One never knows when one's remarks will be truncated. My goal was to raise awareness of the lack of coverage toward the end of perhaps initiating more coverage in my local media, not hash out any issues. This is a wonderful, intelligent, respectful, fair and balanced show and I think the regular moderator, Michael Krasny, is the best interviewer/moderator in the business who displays an amazing depth of understanding of the topic of the hour, no matter what it is. Their substitue moderators are very good, too. Obviously the indispensable staff support is excellent. It's quite a balancing act to moderate a show in this format. I'm very fortunate that it's on my local station and I can listen to it every morning. I have contacted them with suggestions that they devote an hour to this issue. I am an avid listener and a supporter of the station. I'm pretty worn out tonight, but hoped my posting this might be a bright note in an otherwise dismal news day/week for us. You are in my thoughts tonight.