I was at my neurologist's office today and read an article about fibromyalgia in one of his medical magazines. The article said that very little research is being done on fibromyalgia, but that what is being done increasingly suggests that the "syndrome" is neurological, not rheumatological. The doctor then told me, "Good news, you don't have Parkinson's. You don't have to come back." Yes, it IS good news that I don't have Parkinson's. But why didn't he look for any other possible cause? Could it be that more research on fibro isn't being done because the doctors have so little interest in it?