Statistics are hard to keep up with. The stats quoted in this slide are a combination of reviewing the SEER database, extrapolating what we know, and a good amount of anecdotal data. We do need to be counted more accurately so that stats and data can be more precise. The issue is, especially for hormone positive cancer, a reoccurrence at another early stage or at stage IV can happen decades away from the initial diagnosis. And the cancer doesn’t have to spread through the lymphatic system. Mine, for instance, spread through my blood as I had no positive lymph nodes.