I waited a long time to get my value from MMR but it was worth it. The true investor will be tested. Many will fail. As already mentioned, it will take time to build share price. Time is not a commodity many impatient investors seem to value.
I am over sixty. If life has taught me anything it is to relish the opportunity to make a difference. My investment in CUR is my way to make a personal contribution to the greater good. If the approach fails to achieve the hoped outcome (and I truly doubt that this will fail) I will remain positive, as we have taken a very much-needed step to regain control of our right to walk this earth. Mother Nature is doing her best to kill us off but the many dedicated scientists that continue to wage the war on our behalf will not relent. We can make a difference! As recommended by our CEO I wrote a comment on the web page for the FDA regarding the acceleration of the ALS treatment protocols for patients willing to accept the implied risk in an effort to possibly save their life or at least mitigate the progress of the disease. Facing death, all they want is to (if necessary) die with a sense of dignity.
"Death be not proud" addressed this concept many years ago in a poignant film. It is even more important today to let all of the brave patients have their day in the ring. To die with purpose is something we all would hope for if given the same circumstances. I hope my fellow investors have the same hope for our brave patients and will support their battle by writing a comment on the FDA web page. Years ago we were asked to give peace a chance, how about life?