(I'm a little late with sharing this as I was very unwell.) An amazing German radio feature on ME was broadcasted on July 5. We don't get many media reports on ME and most talk about tiredness (as the official ICD term is in German "Chronic Tiredness Syndrome"), so that's special. Ron Davis, José Montoya, Mark Guthridge and Leonard Jason were interviewed (and synchronized). Science journalist Yvonne Maier also interviewed Sonja Kohl from MillionsMissing Deutschland and Sebastian Musch from the German Association for ME/CFS. The radio feature mentions Unrest, #MillionsMissing, the newest biomedical research (and the metabolic trap theory), that more research funding is needed, that GET is harmful, talks about the horrible German guideline tiredness and about children with ME, stigma and disbelief, suicides... Highly recommended. The station also published a great article along with the radio feature (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis – when the flu never ends). Station: Bayerischer Rundfunk, Show: IQ – Wissenschaft und Forschung (IQ – science and research), Title: Jahrelang krank (sick for years) Link to article and radio feature: https://www.br.de/themen/wissen/me-...syndrom-chronisch-mecfs-grippe-krank-108.html (Click in the first picture of the article to listen to the radio feature.) If you understand German or have friends/family in Germany – it's imo the best German radio feature (or even media report in general?) we've had in German so far (plus on a respected science radio show) and it's great for sharing.