Frankly there was a measure of ridicule
actually about the idea because it was just considered too grandiose. The scanner is now completed and we
recently acquired the very first human images. It was an amazing moment. We can
just see far more detail in these images than we’ve ever seen before. If we want to
get the same quality of images that we get today we can do that in a minute or
less compared to almost half an hour for a regular scan. We have opportunities to
scan either much more quickly or with far reduced radiation dose. A dose that’s
comparable to a return flight from the west coast to London and back. We think
that’s going to greatly open up the application space for PET scanning.

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