Robinson and Gary Durack, president of iCyt, established Cytometry for Life, a program that is aiming to manufacture and deliverÂ the low-cost devices to the most resource-poor countries. The cost of a CD4 test in Africa runs about $10 per patient. Robinson and Durack are aiming to build a device that can perform the test for about 50 cents per patient. Robinson told MD&DI that he hopes to be in a position to implement the technology in early 2008. It's great to see people in the medical device industryÂ not only addressing a serious and massive humanitarian issue, but actually moving forward to make things happen.