Hi Everyone, Cindy and I talked to Peter yesterday. He sounded tired, a little winded and raspy, but overall told us he was feeling better. His sats are running between 91-93% on room air, which is up from 90-92% the day before. He is receiving heparin injections at home and will stay on them until he can be switched to oral anticoagulant medication. Thanks so much Bert for your efforts to get the rivoraxaban to Peter. Just so you know, I believe the dose will be different since Peter is already anticoagulated (i.e, he’ll need less medicine) and Peter knows this. Since we were running down parallel tracks, Bert, I decided to proceed as well with a purchase and shipment of 3 months’ worth of apixaban, which is also now on its way to Malawi via DHL Express (thanks for doing the research on that). This way there’s a back up shipment in case the rivoraxaban doesn’t make it OR, more likely, a full treatment for another patient. Certainly won’t do this again via the US system since the same dose of rivoraxaban that appears to have cost you 315 Canadian was listed as $2000 USD. We are continuing to pursue the provision of oxygen and sourcing anticoagulation meds in the area, fyi. We’ll keep you informed.