MRS. WEDDINGTON: Okay. I guess it was- okay- in part, because the Hippocratic oath----we discussed basically the constitutional protection we felt the woman to have. The Hippocratic oath does not pertain to that. Second, we discuss the fact that the State has not established a compelling State interest. The Hippocratic oath would not really pertain to that. And then we discuss the vagueness jurisdiction. It seemed to us that the fact that the medical profession at one time had adopted the Hippocratic oath does not weigh upon the fundamental constitutional rights involved. It is a guide for physicians, but the outstanding organizations of the medical profession have, in fact, adopted a position that says the doctor and the patient should be able to make the decision for themselves in this kind of situation.