Here's an announcement about a vaccine against coxsackievirus B1 that is hoped to prevent the development of Type 1 diabetes. https://www.sciencealert.com/this-vaccine-could-prevent-many-cases-of-type-1-diabetes (I just do not understand why, when three of us in my family developed ME after a 'gastric flu', that anyone could think that the most likely reason is that we all simultaneously took leave of our senses, rapidly developing a fear of school and work, and preferring to languish on the sofa or in bed imagining a whole range of symptoms rather than living our previous good lives. Especially when there seems to be so much evidence, or at least strong indications of, autoimmunity occurring following viral infections. And of course now, suggestions of responses by people with ME to treatments that knock out autoantibodies. ) In searching to see if this news had been posted, I saw a post of @Hip's suggesting that it would be interesting to develop a coxsackievirus B vaccine and administer it and then see if it has any impact on rates of ME. Maybe the Norwegians should chat with these Finnish researchers.