Ski, I agree, it's when not if for CP. Current surgery is like poking a screwdriver into a watermelon and trying to hit an individual seed. In most cases doctors are slow and resistant to change but, in this case there has to be a tipping point when this snowballs. As a doctor how could you even think about doing a procedure with your eyes closed when you have an option like CP, it boarders on negligence IMO. The only speed bump is the next round of financing. I would like to flip some shares at 2.00-2.20 before they raise cash.