Yup know those things. Now there is a hell of a difference between 5-15 million. Why not say 5-45 million? Where is the data of human trials supporting the safe use of RadioGel on HUMANS? That is pretty important to getting a use patent on a product from the FDA. Just asking of course. If you have direction to that data then let us know. It would be a good read. I have plenty of shares so I am not worried much about it if the stock just goes ballistic some day then great. I am not going to try to find it as I am of the opinion that it does not exist yet.
People are calling me stupid because I pose questions and ideas that contradict their own goals and ideas. They can't deal with it or even aswer the questions so I do not mind if they call me stupid. It just goes to show they are no smarter for not knowing. Good times!
Radiogel is just a way to deliver radiation to a specific area(the tumor) instead of getting a much larger dose through chemotherapy. I don't know for sure, but it probably doesn't even enter the blood stream. Approval for this is probably much different than say a cancer drug you would take orally or inject directly into the blood stream.