Yes...We'll see what the ultimate consequences of the bill are for the health care system over time (if it isn't repealed) but I think it has to help those who can't get covered because of pre-existing coverages or who faced increases in fees because of CFS. I pay 25% more for insurance because of CFS and I'm perfectly healthy otherwise. I imagine people who are really sick have a horrid time of it. It will also help people with ME/CFS with low incomes get insurance coverage....and relieve some of the burden that insurance coverage creates for people with more money... I don't see how it could effect the greatest need - producing adequate treatments and more research - but it's not designed to do that kind of thing either.