Mr. Mel... IF you are who you say you are, I wish you all the best of luck, and thank you for your participation. On the other hand, I feel like we're breaking some kind of SEC rules by talking to you!
That's how I found this site. I have been an investor and did a stint with Dean Witter as a Registered Rep. Frankly, it's hard to think "long term " right now. However, with my limited exposure, it's obvious that there is real growth potential. In the instrument alone....there could be so many adaptations. All it takes is money.
Hi. It's a direct and relatively simple process. While very short lived, NOT a painless process. I would certainly do it again. We're told 4-6 weeks to ascertain results. I spoke to one participant that had one tumor shrink after the first application. It's been two weeks for me - nothing yet. I was chosen due to a diffent tumor type. While most tumors are separate and easy to identify, mine are in a growing mass....like blackberry jam complete with seeds spread over the leg. They just picked out the four largest. The purpose was to more readily see if it worked on mre than just the subject tumor. They have had some mild systemic response. I met the ONCS President/CEO. Fascinating young man with vision. Drips smart.