DR. MEYER: I haven't had a lot of time to think about prioritizing which of the 12 topics you gave us.
I agree with Wolfgang. I mean, can a decision tree be developed? I haven't the foggiest at this point, but I think it's a worthwhile exercise to crystalize your thinking, and if it turns out you can't, then you can't, but if you can, it's helpful.
DR. KIBBE: Part of, I think, the assignment of topic priority order is also how close is the flame to the -- I mean, if this is something that the agency needs to move on and move on quickly because there's a lot of patients at risk, there's a lot of issues at hand, then even though we might like more development time before we really get into it, I think we need to start looking at it in that light. If there's a lot of window of opportunity to be leisurely and take our time, then maybe not.
I agree with Wolfgang. I think coming up with a decision tree that works for every compound isn't going to work. Coming up with a model of a decision tree that might apply different concepts might work, and when I start to look at the model and start to get it in my mind,