They are getting it much better than they did on the Dr. Oz show. Read it here: http://tucson.com/lifestyles/health...icle_26c1c1e1-83a5-5a19-8edb-f8f983a68215.htm They give a reasonable overview, considering that all they know of this disease is what they've read. For dealing with sleep problems they recommend sleep hygiene measures. If that worked, it would not be a disease criterion. If it doesn't work, they recommend seeing a sleep specialist. This does help if you have comorbid Sleep Apnea Syndrome, Restless Leg Syndrome, or Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep, seeing a sleep specialist is the only way to get a good diagnosis and treatment plan. They recommend GET, but say, "But don’t overdo it. Exercising too long or just going to the supermarket or making dinner when you’re not feeling well could trigger a relapse." So that is an improvement. They suggest controlling pain. OKAY. They also suggest finding emotional support through support groups and better friends. And learning to cope with the illness via CBT, stress reduction techniques, etc. They advise exercising caution with alternative therapies as they may not work and may be costly. Too bad there are no therapies proven to work. Overall this is much better than most. They don't fully get it, how could they? I think they are just trying to help with the only tools they have. That's a step in the right direction.