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  • bigbirdfan bigbirdfan Jan 8, 1998 7:23 PM Flag

    More Celgene info

    Anyone see the latest issue of LETS LIVE.... they REALLY trashed this company and its bogus products.
    All they are doing is trying to recover some of their losses from the 60's on .
    Do the homework.... there are only like 4,000 lepers left.
    ( I kinda thought there were more... look on the NY subway if you don't believe me)
    As far as AIDS groups bringing in off market drugs... they have been doing this for years now. AND, they are not the only ones to do so. That is a sad state that people have to do that.
    It is only a matter of time for the defects to reappear and it all could be prevented.
    Think about that before parting with the money.

    Now ESCI.... THATS another story, right Bob ?????
    It s

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    • I did a quick search on the web and found several things:

      First - Not much info on "Let's Live" magazine except its a natural health magazine dedicated to natural organic living, so you can guess where their agenda is.

      Second - According to the World Health Organization, there were an estimated 1,150,000 active cases of leprosy in the world with several hundred thousand new cases a year. See WHO Epiedmiological Record, June 6, 1997 on the WHO home page.

      It sure sounds like "Let's Live" has a polical agenda!!!

    • Sorry not familar with LETS LIVE article....is the a web site that I can go to and read this trashed article?

      Would like to see more shareholders using this board!

 
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