@Wally As I said, I would be personally interested as this - generally - is an area I am interested in also. So if you can discover more about OMI's policy in this regard, I'd like to read about it. Thank you. We have a great many threads on this forum from members advertising the latest fundraising campaign or of ones tied to research. I think if Phoenix Rising were to perform 'due diligence' on all studies and promotions prior to permitting it take place, we might as well rule, no promotions; and that would be a step too far I think. Ideally, if Phoenix Rising were supporting and recommending a campaign or project, then there is perhaps more of a need for some examination to be performed: especially if donated funds were to be committed; but articles written are not endorsements from Phoenix as a charity and neither are threads. Articles and threads are written and posted on the website by individuals and are generally done for information, to alert the wider public to such-and-such a project; and should not be seen as endorsements. If someone comes to me or to Mark with a draft for an article they would like to see published, we don't carry out a quality control check on the project. In the past year alone, for example, I can recall articles featuring the Norwegian and UK Invest in ME fundraising campaigns for separate Rituximab trials - the former had a proposal in place, but the latter has yet to have one from the scientific team. However, IiME have raised significant funds in preparation for a proposal, and in the hope that the proposal passes peer review. @Mark Would you like to add something to the above discussion?