Hi all - I'm putting together content for a website for the Lipkin microbiome project fundraising campaign and I'd like one or two video clips - maybe just two or three minutes - to show how severe ME can be, how it affects people's lives, what it's like to have it, what a serious problem it is in society, etc. - the sort of stuff we'd like people to know about our disease. I want YouTube clips only, because they're playable worldwide without copyright limitations and people are familiar with them. I want people talking, not screens of text. I can take clips from YouTube from a longer piece so it doesn't matter if the interesting bit is part of something longer. I'm looking first for a clip with some kind of medical authority figure - could be one of our big hitters like Peterson or Klimas - or someone that people outside our community would see as impressive, such as someone from the FDA, NIH or CDC. It could be from a conference, press conference, CFSAC meeting, TV interview, webinar, anything. Then I'd like a clip from a patient (possibly plus carer) talking about what it's like to have the disease, the important symptoms, and so on. If it's someone who might be well-known (like Laura Hillenbrand or someone), even better. I'd like someone who comes across as likeable, and who people can sympathise with. Thanks! I'd appreciate help with this. Edit: US clips would be preferable if we can find them because we'll especially targetting a US audience and don't want to give the impression that this is something only of interest overseas Edit: if you find some good bits in a long thing, it would be very helpful if you could tell me at what time on the video it crops up! I'm flat out on getting the web content together and it's a big job - anything that saves me time would be hugely appreciated. That said, if you know there's a good bit in there somewhere and haven't had time to view it, post it anyway!