Because I hunger for knowledge and I know there's gotta be someone out there who's done some extensive research in this area can help me understand. I hear that 50% of cases from Vibrio infections are fatal. And that aquarium hobbyists are at much greater risk than swimmers in the Gulf of Mexico or folks who eat raw oysters due to the a enclosed system being much more conducive for rapid reproduction much like a parasitic infestations. From what I've seen reported cases seem to be about 50/50 between swimmers vs folks who consume it. Although you're more likely to get it via consuming it I'm guessing that the stats simply reflect there are probably more swimmers out there vs folks who eat raw sea food. Anyone know if this is true?...Anyone?