© 2022 by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.We investigated whether the time between synthesis and injection and the resulting decrease in specific activity affects the normal-organ and tumor uptake of the PSMA ligand 18F-rhPSMA-7.3 in patients with prostate cancer. Methods: The biodistribution of 18F-rhPSMA- 7.3 on PET/CT scans obtained with a high specific activity (median, 178.9MBq/μg; n=42) and a low specific activity (median, 19.3MBq/ μg; n=42) was compared. Results: Tracer uptake by the parotid gland, submandibular gland, and spleen was moderately but significantly lower in the low-specific-activity group than in the high-specific- activity group (median SUVmean, 16.7 vs. 19.2; 18.1 vs. 22.3; and 7.8 vs. 9.6, respectively). No other statistically significant differences were found for normal organs or tumor lesions. Conclusion: A 10-fold decrease in specific activity has onlyminor effects on the biodistribution of 18F-rhPSMA-7.3. These findings suggest that 18F-labeled PSMA ligands can be centrally produced and shipped to PET clinics in a similar way to 18F-FDG.