Remember the Jetsons? Like today, the 60s were a time of innovation in science and society. My family could be the Jetsons of today, if we added a few more people and had them all wear doctor coats. But being a family of physicians does not change the fact, that like many of you, my family and I have seen healthcare from both sides of the examining table. Poor Judy Jetson has just been diagnosed with Crohn’s and Celiac disease. She shows up at the doctor’s office and gets today’s best treatment. Unfortunately, the current norm for autoimmune treatment is trial and error to find the best drug – this can be time-consuming and ineffective. So, putting on our patient hats for a moment, I want us all to imagine a world where Judy Jetson could get her optimal treatment first, instead of today’s practice: trial and error, using the cheapest drug first…..