repeat those testing, I would assume, and we assume that the actuator passed as a batch.
DR. OLSSON: Yes, that is a complication, and as we've said, the test we are now talking about is only one of a number of strategies and tests used in order to ensure quality products.
DR. KIBBE: Thank you.
We have another presentation already to go. Dr. Hauck?
DR. HAUCK: So good morning. Two largely statistical talks in a row, so hang in there. This makes it a tough morning for you.
I should also say that there's a certain amount of overlap between the three presentations that you're hearing, and given that we're not tight on time, I'm going to go ahead and sort of proceed as if the overlap is not there and hoping that the same things from three different perspectives will be helpful to you rather than just boring. So let's see how it goes.
So I was asked to assess the IPAC-RS proposal, and I should say that the slides had to be made up prior to the receipt of their recent report. So this is largely