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I was in Brussels, waiting to board the train back to London. Already through the UK Border checkpoint, most everything on the other side was Great Britain focused. On a TV screen, a promotional video was in a constant loop, promoting the work of the UK Trade and Investment office. That’s where I saw this:

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Did they intentionally leave the last digit off?

Who knew the Brits were at the forefront of AP research? Frankly, I don’t care who takes credit for it. I just want it for patients NOW!

If you’re really interested, the full video is right here… the AP portion is near the end, at around the 2:43 mark:

 
 
 

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  • Mike Hoskins (@MHoskins2179)  On February 12, 2015 at 9:48 am

    What annoys me is this claims the AP is already out there, as of 2014. It’s not. Maybe we have AP steps, like the MedT systems and all the R&D for actual AP tech, but that’s not what the general public sees or cares about. To the rest of the world, we have an AP already… so hey, why bother funding more research?

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    • StephenS  On February 12, 2015 at 10:17 am

      Yeah, I kind of thought they took a great deal of credit for something that’s not available yet, let alone the fact that developers are working the world over on AP systems.

      I did kind of like the union jack on the infusion set though. I would totally wear one with the stars & stripes on it.

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