The problem with this is that CAA talks to reporters. They do not stick to what they are good at, such as funding the Lights (which is great). Instead they go out there and say crazy things like defending the use of Oxford [what, they'd never heard of Holmes or Ramsay?], spinal tap is not a nice thing so imply it may not be useful in ME/CFS, saying the problem with the CBT/GET study is that this type of therapy is not available in America (not that that there was a high incidence of refusal and dropouts, that the inclusion criteria was invalid for CFS [actually what we call CF in America], that the effect was insignificant and given who the authors were that this was likely to be due to brainwashing rather than actual improvement, and most importantly that this is not an appropriate use of funds because all diseases show similar response to CBT in studies but what's really needed is to better understand the biomedical causes and this needs serious research and funding). And get Reeves whistleblower protection, etc.