totally agree with that thought chuck. i have talked about that in the past. if lpathomab has a good safety profile, i suspect even rural emts will be allowed to give it to trauma patients. sometimes its a long ride or flight to the trauma center. sooner the better in my book. the key now is to start phase 1 some time in the next decade!
I think money is holding back the phase 1 but if you listen to the last investors conference call about 3 weeks ago scottt talk about several pharmas interested in lpathomab but please mr. pancoast don't give this one away cheap
can you imagine stopping the scarring of tissue in spinal cord injuries by absorbing the lpa . also I see this a huge success in neropathy. I have neropathy because of my diabetes and if they could stop the constant burning in feet and legs and arms by absorbing the lpa with lpathomab wow this biotech could soar to the moon but it will take some time because lpathomaB hasn't even started a phase 1 yet