I just spoke to my U. S. Representatives Office for direction on pursuing a case for Discrimination against my own government. She was a bit defensive, but eventually directed me to the U. S. Department of Justice. I obtained Email, postal and FAX contact information. I need some help with the most effective course of action now. We could all send our own complaints, or compile signatures or even just start a list of participants who will send X number of complaints to them a day, or a week until some kind of result is achieved? I am angry about the glaring discrepancy between funding and resources devoted to this illness versus other illnesses. I am also angry about the discrimination that has been allowed to prevail concerning doctors, laboratories and insurance, all methodically price gouging a patient set who are desperately ill. I think it is imperative to marshal all possible participants for every U. S. organization we can. I would love to make this an overwhelming assault so we can no longer be ignored. Twenty five years of discrimination is enough. We dont have to be present or even out of the house to do this. If we mobilize all the U. S. patients we can from all associations; maybe we can get some justice and through that some recognition and help. If there are at least 1 mil. U. S. patients, shouldnt we be able to mobilize 10,000? How much longer are we willing to quietly suffer? Maybe Facebook would be a good platform for exposure? If there is no response then I guess the thought dies here.