My comment to the producers I figure it's not too late, and the more the merrier. Here's what I managed to squeeze out of my poor brain today: Regarding the taped segment of your Friday, Oct. 23 show featuring Dr. Teitelbaum: Please pull this segment. If it is taped, this should not be difficult. Replace it with anything else you have that is taped and easy to insert. If you go ahead with airing the tape, you will be inundated with angry viewers wondering why you are ignoring the study on XMRV and CFS published in Science magazine and reported world-wide by the media. Here is the latest article, an op-ed piece in the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/21/opinion/21johnson.html?ref=opinion Wouldn't it be more worthwhile to have Hillary Johnson on your show? Or, even better, Judy Mikovits, the lead researcher of this study? Putting Dr. Teitelbaum on the air at this time will undercut the the effect this research is having on public opinion. Those who suffer from CFS are finally getting some validation from family, friends, and neighbors that they have a serious illness, not just "fatigue". And it's about time. Please don't stop this momentum. Sincerely, Marie Now that I've re-read it, I wish I'd added "in a future show" to the suggestion of having Hillary or Judy on the show. Oh well.