Farrukh Awan, MD: I want to share a case with you. This is a real-world case. I saw this person yesterday. I was waiting to talk to you about this. There’s no right or wrong answer with this person. We’ve talked about risk stratification up front. We should risk-stratify all our patients. Getting the cardio-oncologist involved up front is what we’re recommending. We’re recommending everyone get a baseline assessment of their cardiac risk factors—a baseline EKG [electrocardiogram], consideration of an echocardiogram—and refer to cardio-oncology the high-risk patients, or at least the medium- to high-risk patients. That’s what we’ve discussed.