I didn’t mean to say there was no data at all about the test. There just isn’t data about exactly how sensitive the test is because there is not a better test to compare it to. For example, if 1000 people who have no symptoms at all test, and the test says 250 are positive for HSV 2, the question remains, I think, how many of those asymptomatic people actually have herpes? We know how sensitive it is in people who test positive for HSV 2 via some other test, like PCR and there, it picks up greater than 99% of those infected. Do you get the difference I am pointing out?
Nine people over 32 years represents a very very tiny portion of people who have been tested in total, yes.
You have one more question, feel free to ask if you have another one in mind.