Years of hard work, failures, and a constant shortage of funds lined the Lunda-based CellaVision's path to becoming what it is today a world leader in medical technology.
Founder Christer Fåhraeus had an idea to replace the microscope in the diagnosis of leukemia and other serious diseases. Yvonne Mårtensson built a company. Lars Gatenbeck had the money and dared to put it on the line. The result was CellaVision.
In this personally recounted company history, author and doctor Per Simonsson tells the story of CellaVision. It's an engaging story for those who are interested in how an innovation company begins, develops, and finally succeeds. This is also a book for anyone who wants to learn more about productive collaboration and how creative environments are formed.