The mother lost her son to aplastic anemia 3 years prior to losing her daughter. One would think that she would have done everything to save her daughter, but given that she was from a rural area in Romania, finances must have played a role in not seeking adequate care once she returned home. It is a sad situation for sure, but the ultimate responsibility was on the parent, not PSTI. Why people are trying to associate PLX cells with her death is beyond logic.
Surftrader you are Absolutely Right! One Must Remember that most investors are followers and will follow the herd right off the cliff and throw common sense to the wind! That's why people panic and sell on #$%$ Articles! Pluristem is on the cutting edge of medicine and many big wigs know it so they (Pluristem) is walking around with a bulls eye on their back so the powers that be can scoop up cheap shares after they got some hack to right a malicious article! It worked! I just hope the SEC nails the Reporter/Editor/Bloomberg and the ones who paid for it!