Yes thank you, the last 4-5 weeks have been nearly normal. On the positive side, it makes you aware on a number of things your take for granted like eating out, walking to the park or talking to a loved one. It also makes you painfully aware of how the health care system works. I saw a total of 7 doctors and "specialists" who simply didn't want to investigate or even try anything, even though my condition was degrading weekly, not to mention the health insurance questioning everything I would try on my own. It is... Dr. YouTube who found the treatment that got me to where I am today by crossing a couple of searches I had typed in. YouTube suggested watching a video that lead me to a physician (about 5 hours away from home), who got me back on my feet like he did for 100% of the patients with the same condition. Clearly health software is high on my list of priorities moving forward. I can't be mad at doctors, they are professional, their job is to not to use a patient as a research subject, their job is to make a diagnostic and apply the correct treatment, but it seems to me that they need much better tools to assist them. Imagine writing code, without any tool other than notepad? I think that's pretty much where they are today.