Based in Madrid, all 100% of the shares in ITP, PET Technological Institute, are in Spanish hands. It is currently the only radiopharmaceutical laboratory in Spain which vertically integrates the production, marketing and distribution of the FDG-18 isotope used to diagnose and monitor cancer, together with other PET molecules. ITP also has a cancer imaging diagnostic division equipped with a PET/CAT camera, located in the MD Anderson International Hospital in Madrid. PET Technological Institute was established in 1994 in close collaboration with Madrid's Complutense University, an event marked by the unveiling of Spain's first cyclotron. Since then, ITP has been a pioneer in developing PET technology both in so far as the production of radiopharmaceuticals is concerned, and in the area of diagnostics.