Dr.'s in general are a conservative group. So no positive documentation, probably no recommendations. I work in the medical testing industry, and also am a long in the stock, and I'm concerned. I sure hope this works out, but I have my doubts. Common, no more pump and dump and bashers here, just the facts.
FACT; Not registred with the FDA as required by the FDA for premarketing clearance Fact; The pictures are the Whatman Easicollect system Fact; The kit is for research only not diagnostic Fact; Patent is Whatmans and Whatman belongs to GE Healthcare
FACT THE FDA REQUIRES THAT IF YOU WANT TO DO DIAGNOSTIC THATS A CHANGE TO INTENDED USE AND REQUIRES ANOTHER 510K SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL AND ALSO PREMARKETING AND MARKETING REGISTRATION!
FACT INOLIFE CLAIMS EXCLUSIVITY WITH INOHEALTH BUT THIS KIT FROM WHATMAN IS AVAILIABLE TO LABS FROM WHATMAN FOR $198 for a pack of 50 WHATMAN IS REGISTERED WITH THE FDA FACT Roche is registered with the FDA FACT Inohealth nor Inolife is registered with the FDA IF I AM WRONG PROVE IT WITH A LINK TO PROVE IT AS I HAVE PREVIOUSLY
Ooops, I forgot to say on my first reply that I knew once the "real investors" started checking the facts that have been posted that they would reply with concerns. It happened the same way at PharmaCom Biovet(PHMB). That's their other animal "research" company. Check it out at Pinksheets, Nevada Secretay of State site and the SEC.
Of course the "associate pumpers" continued for awhile but eventually got tired of their posts being proven wrong so they quit too.