Exactly - and hence my point. If only 250 kids were said to have been doing LP annually - it's hardly 'lots' is it? There was more to this being taken on at the time than is apparent now. Lobbying I dare say. Perhaps a few 'known' people said they had found the LP useful to Esther, or she was seeing in clinic, parents whose kids were being pushed into this well-advertised therapy: and thought it should be tested. I just don't see there was ever much of a case. It should be Phil Parker seeking to prove and provide evidence for his claims - not the NHS and not using the small funding we are able to obtain for ME.