This is the third and final DSM-5 public review and it will be the last chance for patients and patient organizations to submit their concerns. In order that crucial information isn't getting lost amongst other posts in this thread, I have decided to put selected content on another WordPress site. My Dx Revision Watch site covers both DSM-5 and ICD-11 and is aimed not just at CFS and ME patients but a wider patient and professional stakeholder readership and there is a lot of material on that site around the DSM-5 process that is not specific to the interests of readers of PR. So that readers here can more readily find links to proposals for the CSSD/SDD criteria and the current rationale text, I have posted links on another WordPress site which isn't being used for anything else: http://suzychapman.wordpress.com/ In a post titled: Submitting feedback in the third stakeholder review of proposals for DSM-5 there is a brief Q & A about registering to submit comment. So far, I have seen no confirmation that any patient organizations intend to submit comment in this third review and I cannot confirm whether the Coalition 4ME/CFS intends to campaign this time for patients and professionals to submit concerns. Phoenix Rising is a member of the C4ME/CFS so if Cort is reading this thread, perhaps he is able to advise whether C4ME/CFS will be campaigning (there are only four weeks left). But in any case, I would encourage all of you to contact as many patient orgs and professionals that you can and request that they submit. I shall be re-contacting UK orgs this coming week since I have had no response from any of our UK patient orgs but I cannot undertake to chase US orgs.