Prof said : ' I am not sure it is such a big problem. Non-specificity in relation to 'disease' pigeonholes does not matter if the feature of interest indicates a sort of mechanism to which one can target a rational treatment. ' Well said. Our problem is drs have been trying to desperately pigeon hole us with little success and terrible consequences for us in that we fall thru all the cracks. It seems that if we can't be pigeon holed we can't be treated, hence why we feel ignored etc. I wish more medics had your way of thinking!. But as you say above, medicine unfortunately has been commercialized and this doesn't help lateral thinkers gain traction. Not enough fishing expeditions and experimentation. When you think about it , it was only during desperate times of war that medicine made its biggest advances. When ANYTHING was tried with the hope it might work and there weren't "rules" etc.