oh my gosh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this is huge....
surprise i didnt get an alert from arwr , as i signup for notifications
this is AWEESOMMMMMME news!
There is NO technology here, that is why they need to pump it with misleading PRs.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
How do I get a job like Gene's - one where I can consistently fail to deliver and continue to be compensated for it?
In my opinion, Kenya matters little. What matters is sales to China - a much larger market.
believe me they not the only people who hates me..im 70 with a nagging wife plus my ex wife who hate me guts also..
oh btw- I thought you said IBIO will go into .40 again..any chance of that?
Yes indeed - no wonder they had to dip PPS last week. Will be interesting to see where share price goes.
And glad you are around I hope all is well for you.
And here I thought you were going to say that Blue Horseshoe love Annacot Steel.
Idiot perfect pump n dump. Urge mom looks better then this
How does it come that you know for sure that all 5 international companies will not sign an MOU? The frequently do especailly to clarify non-disclosure issues. Well, I havent expected anything else but wild assertion without merrits from you.
And California is subsidising a FCEV 2times higher than an battary EV. We will see more than 50000 fcev maybe not in the next two years but in the medium term as those five big companies will try to deliver markatable vehicles not only to California but also to China which is currently implementing stricter emission rules for vehicles.
pSivida, Moore's Law, Pfizer, And The Next Regeneron
May 4, 2015 • Austrolib
PSivida is a biotech involved in ever smaller sustained-release delivery mechanisms for key drugs already on the market.
With short term (days to weeks), medium term, and long term catalysts ahead, pSivida is an attractive choice for traders and investors alike.
Having just received a $25M milestone payment, it is financially self-sufficient until 2017.
Its Tethadur nanotechnology and its collaboration with Pfizer on a latanoprost microinsert have the potential in the long term to make it the next Regeneron.
DDYL, according to the Janumet chart, it looks like it also takes roughlly 4 weeks to act on your A1C.
That is too long to be on that blue pill if I'm experiencing side effects after only one day. My post meal spikes are what is killing my A1C. Afrezza would be perfect while adding insulin cell sensitivity a la "Spiro Afrezza" on his website. His fasting numbers dropped from the 130's to the 80's after a couple weeks on Afrezza.