Are any CFS/ME doctors offering Ketamine treatment for their patients? This drug has some remarkable qualities that would seen to make it a likely treatment for our condition. 'Science' August 20, 2010 Ketamine effects synaptogenesis - in other words, it heals fried brains, and reverses the effects of stress on the brain. 'Journal of Neuroscience' October 3 2012 Ketamine reverses abnornal brain function in mice. 'Science' October 5, 2012 Yale researchers call Ketamine "Magic Drug" and "The biggest breakthrough in half a century" in the treatment of severely depressed and suicidal people. 'The Scientist' December 16 2012 Ketamine encourages nerve remodeling. 'JAMA Psychology' April 16 2014 Ketamine rapidly effective in PTSD. Are not many persons with CFS/ME depressed, some to the point of suicide? Do not these people deserve the best treatment available? Does not CFS/ME resemble PTSD in at least some respects? If a simple, cheap and effective treatment works for one group, why not at least try it on a few of us?