Yes, I think they need, because some of the tests have, sometimes you go along and you have to fast in the morning, and they take blood samples, they set up a cannula in your arm, so obviously they’re not just constantly, you know, putting needles in, but they put a cannula in and they take blood every so often. And then halfway through the actual testing they’ll then say, “Could you have this sugary drink?” which isn’t the nicest tasting drink but it’s all right, and maybe you’ll get something to eat as well, and then they take more blood samples. And it’s to see how - I think it’s to see how, you know, your blood supply, you know, goes to like to the fat tissue round your stomach and, you know, all that kind of thing. I mean, I don’t know enough about it, but yeah, so—
Yeah, so they want to...
They need help, they obviously can’t do that with people who are diabetic.
But they need people who are healthy and don’t have diabetes, to see how the body reacts.