I've found some kind of article about an article (weird sentence, i know) which says the following; In summary of Dr. Rothschild's study on RM-10 [TM], all 70 product-treated or placebo-administered patients were confirmed as diagnosed with CFS. Physicians had rated them by their physical examination results, symptom scores, and various blood workups including test panels for T-cells, B-cells, natural killer cells, immunoglobulin G (IgG), red blood cells, and potassium. Among the mushroom-treated patients, 33 out of the starting 35 finished the four-month-long study. Two had dropped out for unrelated causes. There were 12 males and 21 females (totaling 33). Of these 33 CFS-treated patients, eight ended the RM-10 [TM] test being totally asymptomatic (33 1/3%), fourteen participants (42%) improved in their symptomology by no less than 60%, and eight (almost 25%) declared themselves as being better by 40%. All of the patients who took RM-10 [TM] experienced some results and none worsened. Thus, there was good response among 100% of the treated patients. Among the placebo group, half of the people taking sugar pills had no results and the other half experienced a worsening of symptoms. Every patient utilizing RM-10[TM] who completed the study showed improvement in energy levels. They experienced a dramatic reduction in fatigue and muscle soreness as well as improved mental and emotional state. Nearly one-third of the participants no longer showed symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by study's end. site; http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0ISW/is_2002_August-Sept/ai_90794449/ I couldn't find the original article by Rothschild anywhere. rm-10 is a mixture of medicinal mushrooms and some other herbs. rm-10 is for sale on iherb, read the reviews; there are people who claimed it helped them cure their cancer. Anyone experience with this product? Dont really know what to think about it. Is it credible?