Nope, you don't get to hope for a universal cure... lets keep it plausible people! As someone with a mild PACE obsession, I spend much more time hoping that junk-science gets picked apart rather than that good science will lead to real progress anyway. I dare to hope that we will see the CFS/PACE story keep growing and growing, becoming a mainstream embarrassment for the UK science Establishment, and for significant chunks of the UK science media (although the fact the failings of the science media is a part of the story does make coverage rather more difficult). I want it more widely discussed than Wakefield/MMR! This is an important story, so bringing it to light would be good not just for us, but for all sorts of patients, for science, and just for people generally. That things were allowed to get so bad is a reflection of some really worrying and widespread problems that needed to be challenged. It was fun to be part of a few of the discussions which have helped spread some awareness of #PACEgate... but also, I'd quite like those discussions to come to a conclusion at some point soon-ish!