With what you have to loose, I only own a fraction, and it still takes me a double Zombie to shake off the volatile action in play. It's like the ride I had in a C-12 back in July of 95 coming out of Tokyo going to Seoul South Korea. It was a race to get back before Typhoon Faye and her winds of excess 100 mph came ashore on the Korean Peninsula. The clear skies over Mt Fuji were so misleading at take off as we ended up with over three hours of some of the most major ups and downs any of our crew had ever witnessed. Every bumb, bang and rumble made us believe we were inevitably going to crash. The elevation changes by the wind also made us passengers think that there was no way were were going to be able to land safely. It felt like a what a roller coaster might experience if only a couple of wheels were holding the entire ride onto the tracks. But my comparison comes with the way those Pilots were able to keep everything together through the wailing hell of it all.
Just like our Management and the Science at Celsion, were coming in on a wing and a prayer and through all their expertise, will land with great success and to be able to tell another similar story in conjunction as to the previous. As Odaat expresses best, "It Works and It's The Cancer Answer."
Good luck and great trading..................here's too you,