This is a really important question. The last couple of weeks have been particularly hectic for me, so I am just now giving it some thought. Maybe we can use some of these ideas next year. In the U.S. the newspapers have advise columns that will sometimes publish short 'letters' about special health related days. I doubt that M.E. is even on their radar, but if they got enough letters, they might publish one. The letter could contain a link to this or a similar article. My newspaper carries an 'ask the doctor' column. Again, if enough people wrote in and asked that information about ME be published on Remembrance Day, it might happen. The request could ask that this or a similar link be included (which would also give the doctor a way to inform himself). I think that this would make a good radio show/segment. Start with Diane and why she founded the day. Move next to Sophia Mirza as the reason that August 8 was chosen. Finish with an account of Katrina Hansen who is currently suffering much the same fate as Sophia. (I hope that this will not be the case by next Remembrance Day.) I am not media savvy and do not have the faintest idea how to get this accomplished. National Public Radio’s The Diane Rehm Show covers health related issued fairly often. American Public Media’s The Story might be a possibility. I have heard a health related show (can’t think of the name) on the BBC or CBC. I suppose TV would be the ultimate goal, but I really have no idea where to start there.