I was recently honored with the opportunity to present my perspective on chronic infectious diseases to the graduating class of my alma mater medical school, Bastyr University, at their Grand Rounds. The lecture consisted of discussions on how to approach patients with chronic infections and how healing takes place in these cases, along with characteristics of the most common microbes as well as treatment options. The conversation ranged from working with people on the physical, the biochemical, and the psychological levels. The students were quite engaged, especially considering that it was their last lecture before graduation! They asked great questions, and I will be hosting a few in my office for continued learning on the topic.