I like Kerry feel that our biggest problem is not whether or not there is treatment out there for our illness, but with how the Medical, Judicial and Insurance world sees us. I noticed how the gal just slipped in the fact that doctors can only see us for seven minutes. That is the biggest con going, the truth is doctors can charge full freight for 7 minutes and do so and hopefully if they fill up every 7 minutes they can max out their earning potential for the day. This 7 minute rule is all about how much a physician can make in a day it is only about the doctors desire to cash out big at the end of the day. I can't believe how this comment is dropped in medical conversation all the time. Somehow, leaving the feeling that the doctors are doing us a favor, but unfortunately can only spend 7 minutes with us. That's his job and if the insurance companies and gov't would let them they would probably try to get it down to 3 minutes think how much they could earn in a day. It's a little like the race track and the examining rooms are the pit, we are the car and if a doc has a well oiled machine he can fill up the pits, prepare us all with nurses and basics and then he slides in like a well tuned mechanic works his magic, hopefully, in as close to 7 minutes as he can. Please, don't buy into this concept that he can only spend 7 minutes, he can spend as long as he wishes. He choses to maximize his daily earnings with our lives as his bounty.