who has timeto read. I’m listening to Emperor of Maladies, which is this chronology of oncology and cancerand how we’ve been dealing with it. Listening to this book is just been like dart afterdart is being thrown with different cocktails. It’s just like this was the science of oncologyfor years and years and years. It was so campy and it was so religious. Addium When you actuallypeel back and look at how unscientific some of the approaches were, it’s just like,“Oh my goodness, this is medieval chemistry. ” It’s really encouraging to see this frontlinethinking of looking at people individually and trying to figure out what their dispositionsare. I have a question that may or may not bounce here, which is how does this relateto the glymphatic system and some of the detox pathways that we’re finding happening withthe brain, because we’re talking about calcium, sodium, magnesium and all these types of channels. How much of this is nutrient related? Have we looked at diet, have we looked at detoxand things binding and troubling the calcium pathways because of lead or mercury bindingto the bones? This might be ahead of this conversation, but it’s where my brain goesis .