Been thinking about this more. I see the CFSAC meeting as not quite the same question as to what we can do in general. But here are my thoughts. With the CFSAC meeting, I'm trying to come up with testimony once a year. And in it I'm going to try to offer a phrase or analogy or something else that committee members might find useful when they speak to others. I also plan to include personal info. With other things, I don't think we should pin our hope on any government agency. The only progress I've seen is through private foundations or organizations, independent researchers, etc. That doesn't mean we should ignore government agencies. We need to keep some pressure on. But they are not going to be shakers and movers on our behalf. The only thing they will do is trickle out money for research at a much lower level than they give to anyone else.