Right, good, but I was asking about Lyme testing. If you are going to point out limitations to Lyme testing, do you offer alternatives to those you try to dissuade from a given test, and do you qualify that gold standard with appropriate limitations? I do not wish to belabor this. I just find it hard to take a high ground when it comes to Lyme diagnostics OR treatment, as I find it all dangerously unreliable. I mean, I will make recommendations, but for me to say cytokine profiling, for instance, is quackery, I wouldn't presume to know this. I have seen shoddy validation efforts, and I am left trusting very very few, including so-called conventional TBD metrics which come with their own purported issues.