Absolutely. I am the one thing that I used to -- I mean I used to consider myself to be a good doctor, a compassionate doctor. I know that I didn't fulfill exactly what I really should have been doing. I think this whole experience, certainly, I would have never chosen to go through this but I am a big believer now in silver linings and this is definitely for me one giant silver lining, in that all the things that I've learned and all the things that I am trying to do for others, in terms of education and for patients, I think, has made me a better person, a better doctor and certainly in terms of professional satisfaction it has made a huge difference. And I think that is the other thing that being an understanding doctor does, it makes you feel better about what you do. It leads to more professional satisfaction no doubt about it.