We were having a difficult time finding a donor. As a matter of fact, I was over in Shreveport, Louisiana, giving a lecture to the medical society, and was telling them that we were not yet in the transplant business, and had no foreseeable opportunity to do a transplant. I got a telephone call from Houston, saying they had a donor. So I got on an airplane and came back to Houston and did the transplant that night at two o’clock in the morning, after I’d told the reporters over there that we weren’t involved in transplantation. Some of them were very upset when the news came out that we had done the first transplant.