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Neuralstem, Inc. Message Board

  • stem_cur stem_cur Jan 25, 2013 8:49 PM Flag

    No Stock Movements – No Buyout of STEM from CUR - No Buyout of CUR from STEM

    Appears a Neuralstem Inc. (CUR )buyout of STEM will never happen. Nor will a STEM buyout of Neuralstem Inc. occur. Without one of the stocks moving big time; there can be no buyout.

    Will partnerships be in favor?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • See STEM insider selling report filing 1/29/2013....Major insider selling in STEM........This may move many over to the CUR camp

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • forget it, it is not realistic!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to investorgold
      • I know many other CUR share holder's remember details

        From my memory

        Years ago STEM was thinking they had the Stemcell business to themselves and started many lawsuits including one against Neuralstem .

        Neuralstem beat them in court once and then again and is clean of any infringement rights

        Stemcell mistakingly thought they had the ability to be able to patent all stem cells
        .
        As an example , I believe things like the very specific way Kleenex is made and the resultant product can be patented but not all facial tissue .

        Stemcell was trying to do just that and learned an expensive lesson .

        Neuralstem has their own patented way of using specific stemells and used in vastly different ways STEM does

        Fetal rather than embryonic being one vastly different group .

        STEM learned who Richard Garr. was but it took them a bit too long and the education was very expensive .

 
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