Many of the articles, like the Nancy Klimas consults on Nov 24, give the opportunity to email a response. It is crucial that we all respond by email every time there is an opportunity. If you have access to more than one computer, do it on each one. I am in a crash so I might not explain this properly. I worked for the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation when they were interested in media placement. Initially, media laughed at me. But I had breakthroughs.Trust me, no one wanted to write about bowel diseases. Persistence paid off because success in the media is what fuels the media. My first big article in the Worcester Gazette jammed their switchboard. They were easy after that; they didn't laugh. The C&C Foundation stopped doing press when I had to quit fifteen years ago. Maybe they don't need to; they've found three genetic markers for Crohn's since. The Times lists MOST EMAILED every day. They also take note of responses. Do you think that media cares more about an article that gets six responses as opposed to six hundred. So log onto the newyorktimes.com. It's free if you have to register. If we have an angel, the angel needs help. The Boston Globe had a CFS angel but the articles stopped because of lack of support from readers. Let's get that recent column to two hundred. Dr. Klimas deserves it and we need it. It would be good if someone could reveal how CDC research was diverted. If you are unable to type, etc. and have a friend or family member who can that is very effective also. Sorry if I sound short, but I'm in bad shape today. As soon as I can I'll come back here. Thanks!