This is a topic I've been thinking about and discussing with friends for a little while, and I'd discarded it to the "pretty much a lost hope" pile of potential projects in my head, but today reexamined the idea based on an experience a friend had. She was talking about how someone she knew watched Unrest, was very affected by it, googled the illness and obviously was confronted with the wikipedia page, which contains several heavy references to psychological treatment. This then caused a fairly stressful conversation between my friend and the person she knew. For those who aren't aware of the politics of this - there are two users (docjames, science watcher) who retain a grip over the Wikipedia entry for this illness, removing any edits that add more focus to biomedical research and treatment, or are overly critical of the PACE trial. The latter user is the owner of: https://www.mind-body-health.net and has also created several pseudonyms on Reddit and Phoenix Rising where he continues to peddle these kind of things and is laughably bad at concealing this fact. Is there anything whatsoever that can be done here? The way that wikipedia editing works is that one has to build up a consistent bank of meaningful edits, so it's not enough to just wade into the page and start editing willy nilly. In fact, if you read this post, do not under any circumstances do this, as it'll make it much harder for quality edits to be made in future. My hunch is that it's potentially too much stress for people to fight over this page - but I just thought I'd post here to see what people thought and also whether they'd had similar experiences when attempting to edit the page. It's a shame, as due to SEO it's going to be most people's first contact with the illness upon googling, but I'm not really sure there's a feasible way forward here.