I might be even happier with it.
DR. HUSSAIN: The decision tree was intended to sort of take us to different approaches to address different issues and how to make those decisions, where to go sort of thing.
DR. VENITZ: I would be very much in favor of you pursuing looking at a decision tree. Just food for thought. In my mind at least, there are mechanistic things to consider that relate to our understanding of the underlying biology as we heard today, and then there are more empirical things. How do we baseline correct? Do we need to baseline correct? What's the contribution of endogenous versus exogenous? So I do think it's perfectly worthwhile to do so.
DR. KIBBE: Does anybody have anything else? We're scheduled for a break at 3:00 to last till 3:15 and it is 3:17, which means that you sacrificed your break. No. I'll give you all 10 minutes, and we'll get back and we'll ask Ajaz to make up for the time when he does his presentation.
I would like to meet with Barbara Davit for a couple of seconds.