Hi, my evil ins. co. denied my redlabs (now VIP) claim for the full cfs panel, looks at rnase l, nkc, dysbiosis etc I even had my regular mainstream doc at a respected institution order it and write a letter of med necessity but they denied it 2x, and now I am appealing it, the last step. I need to supply them with research showing why its medically necessary and valid as they denied it based on it being "experimental". If anyone has studies, links to papers etc that support getting that test please send them my way. One thing I am confused about, is if there isnt really a standard protocol for treating cfids in the u.s. but yet it is a valid diagnosis that ins. will sometimes cover some tests for, well, how does one get around their sneaky angle of calling it experimental? I will send them literature showing that some recognized docs use this protocol of redlabs labs etc but its not the standard of care thats accepted I know.... Its happening at the end of the month.