Sia Daneshmand: Hi everyone. My name is Sia Daneshmand. I’m the Director of Urologic Oncology at USC, University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and from the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. And today we’re going to talk about this article on “Evaluation of Cxbladder, and Adjudication of Atypical Cytology and Equivocal Cystoscopy”. You see there are multiple authors here, all of whom are bladder cancer experts. Dr. Konety from Minnesota, Neal Shore from the Carolina Urologic Research Institute, Karim Kader from UC San Diego, Sima Porten from UCSF, myself, Tony Lough, who’s part of the Cxbladder or Pacific Edge team. And of course Yair Lotan, who’s at the University of Texas and Southwestern Medical Center. I’m used to saying UT Southwestern. So in any case, these are bladder cancer experts. We have experience using the test Cxbladder. And a lot of us struggle with this atypical cytology. And so we had assembled a team together to, along with Pacific Edge, to look at all the atypical cytologies to evaluate the performance of this test in this setting. So let’s just get started. Cytology interpretation. Again, we all strugg...