I dug several pages deeper than usual in my daily search for ME/CFS news, and found an intriguing hit with the title "Science Deniers in the Twenty-First Century" published April 5 on "counterpunch" (slogan "Tells the Facts. Names the Names"). The "teaser" below the heading said "Take for instance Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) whereby researchers into this condition have been . . . ". Expecting to find another supportive article, I clicked, and got the message: "Sorry! This page no longer exists. Please use search box or menu to navigate." What the . . . ??? The article was only posted yesterday! So, I did a bit more searching, and found the following on topix.com: "In recent years, science has been up for debate, a position that was not unfamiliar to the likes of Galileo and Darwin. But who would have thought that in the twenty-first century scientific evidence would usher forth death threats and even violence to the transmitters of certain lines of scientific inquiry? Take for instance Chronic Fatigue Syndrome whereby researchers into this condition have been regularly harassed and threatened should the research suggest that cognitive behavioural therapy or exercise therapy be effective in treating CFS, a fact demonstrated by research. Start the conversation or Read more at Counterpunch." As mentioned above, there was no more to be read. The article was also originally posted on the website MyIniforms.com (also removed). I can only imagine the conversation that ensued to have the article removed within a day after it being posted. Perhaps counterpunch received death threats from those vexacious ME/CFS patients!