Thanks so much for the kind words I feel there is so much misinformation out there, even among infectious disease physicians which is really surprising. I think what is going on is that a lot of clinicians– Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants- are dealing with very serious medical issues and they need to stay up on that with continuing education. So sometimes things like herpes, which is most often not a serious medical problem, gets left by the wayside in terms of continuing education. But for some patients, herpes is a huge deal and they need to correct information and correct testing and correct confirmatory testing if recommended. There is a real gap between what patients need and what clinicians have to offer sometimes. For me, I remember at a tiny fraction of what I learned about the other disease states and instead, I decided to specialize in this very narrow area and my knowledge is very deep but narrow. That’s kind of how I like it. If I had to deal with hearts and lungs and livers and kidneys, I would be lost most of the time. But asked me a question about herpes? I almost always know the answer and I know that my information is current.