I will not address the personal comments as I find them rather unpleasant and unnecessary. You appear to be confusing a number of different things: government advice (which is often based on little or no evidence or is at least ten years behind the science), the medical profession, and medical research. They are very different disciplines. Medical research is by no means perfect, but is the most rigorous and evidence-based. Good research papers are based on what has been learned before, and they have clear reference lists allowing the previous evidence to be accessed and investigated. They feature hypothesis, methods, statistical analysis, etc. Many research papers are published and discussed on Phoenix Rising, and this is a major way that we are trying to advance knowledge and speed the development of various treatments. Many of us (including myself) are already trying evidence-based treatments. Most of us who do this do not claim to know 100% about anything, and we tend to object when people do make such claims. Nor do we usually do this in associated blogs - we usually feature adequate and clear disclaimers. Things that do not have clear evidence to back them up may indeed be 100% correct (although, as you say, ME/CFS is complicated, as indeed is most science). But the fact that it is hypothetical should be made abundantly clear. In fact, Phoenix Rising has clear guidance on how information should be presented here. Most of us strive to adhere to this, but all probably transgress from time to time in our enthusiasm. Some do this more than others. Why not join us in reading and discussing scientific evidence? There's a lot of it, e.g. here. Many other forums here also discuss treatments that we are trying. Why not check them out?