Will the hunt and kill scan show you the scan results? What’s the advantage of the scan?

No. It commences with a brief biofeedback scan, followed by running the identified hits on an allocated generator. In subsequent cycles, the previous hits undergo re-analysis, ensuring that mutated pathogens are targeted. Regardless of how elusive the pathogens may be, they are detected and marked as targets. It continuously refines the initial scan results and automatically runs until manually halted or no hits are found. Compared to normal scanning, you don't need to operate the software repeatedly, and it will stop automatically when no hits are found.

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