From "Big Pharma & 'the perfect storm':we can only hope " topic post by aussiewoman-- "...A diagnostic test for the virus was already being marketed at $650 a shot by VIP Dx, which just happens to be owned by Annette and Harvey Whittemore." Does not this seem like a conflict of interest--I mean the Whittmores owning the lab the performs the XMRV tests--? I had no idea that this couple owned the lab. NEXT-- "...Given the great diversity in CFS symptoms, disclosure of the medical histories and clinical conditions of the high number of WPI's XMRV- infected CFS patients is critical. "Of course, this would generate more questions, but a cleaner association is needed," Vernon says. "I don't know why WPI won't provide this." So far, Mikovits has refused to budge. "No additional medical histories or anything about the patient population would shed any light on XMRV," she says." Anyone have an ideas why Mikovits will not provide the information about the patient population that others are requesting? Does it matter that she will not?