Oh dear, psychogenic medicine is really about the gaps in knowledge. Its STILL being claimed that MS has psychogenic components. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life...hen-the-mind-causes-real-pain/article9265237/ (My bolding) I do note that "functional neurological disorders" is becoming a common buzzphrase used in the UK according to the reports I have been getting. Evidence for psychobabble is like the man on the stairs, who wasn't there: The other day upon the stair, I saw a man who wasn't there, He wasn't there again today, My gosh I wish he'd go away! This started as a post at: http://forums.phoenixrising.me/inde...gue-syndrome-a-meme-18-june-2014.30944/page-8 We need to understand what happened to psychogenic claims in MS, and are still happening, its the best example we have of what is going on in ME but with the perspective of maybe forty years advances in medical science over what ME has.