Here's an excellent article published at independent.co.uk, plus on a number of other news sites: "Time for Unrest: Why patients with ME are demanding justice A new film sheds light on a condition that is largely ignored. Nathalie Wright reports on the struggles patients face to be taken seriously by doctors" http://www.independent.co.uk/news/l...chronic-fatigue-illness-disease-a8133616.html It's a long read, but well worthwhile. It contains information about Jen Brea and Jessica Taylor from "Unrest", and goes on to say: "Such stories of extreme physical debility are not, however, the most shocking part of the documentary. What has prompted a global justice movement is the fact that many doctors still refuse to accept that ME exists at all." The article describes the history of the illness and covers the scandals associated with the biopsychosocial model, the PACE trial, the reanalysis, conflicts of interest with the disability insurance industry, plus a summary of research developments, and activism activities.