Conference agenda for the 1999 STAMP Conference on CNS Shunts and anti siphon devices in Bethesda, MD, brought about by patient advocate Stephen Dolle and his efforts with a 1996 petition to FDA on anti siphon shunts. Dolle oddly was not invited to speak or be a panelist, or to have his new mHealth DiaCeph Test included in the conference. In the years since, CNS shunts have suffered significant medical device and design failures, most of which have not been reported to FDA, which Dolle attributes to the cover ups dating back to this conference. As of 2015, Dolle has undergone 12 shunt operations, with the majority of these caused by failing CNS shunts that were never reported to FDA. The more your know!