At this stage of the game it is very difficult to add anything constructive because so much has been said; nevertheless I prepared some extemporaneous remarks about two weeks ago and they include seven points that I would like to make as quickly as I can. First, and I make these against the background of rather active participation in the TEPRSSC Committee, which as you'know is an advisory group to BRH as well as against the background of some 37 years in the x-ray industry. In the first place I sincerely and in a very heartfelt way commend the BRH for calling this session and commend the Society for the organization. There have been many times in the past and there will be many times in the future when the specter of Government regulations alarms me; however, there are also many times when the cooperation between Government and Industry can be extremely fruitful, and this is one of them.
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Kuhl, Kuhl, John Reynolds, John Reynolds, "Image Intensifier Systems", Proc. SPIE 0056, Medical X-Ray Photo-Optical Systems Evaluation, (1 May 1974); doi: 10.1117/12.954280; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.954280


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