If you even remotely believe that INO is a scam like the basher’s post, then why are the scientific results of INO consistently published in journals like the New England Journal of Science and Medicine, the Journal of Infectious Diseases and other periodicals and peer reviewed published papers? In order to accomplish this, all of INO tests and clinical trials must have been consistently checked, rechecked and validated using the Scientific Method, as well as peer reviewed by additional scientists. Guess what ladies and gentleman? It has been validated over and over, time and time again. INO has had over 13 manuscripts published in medical journals this year alone. Additionally, they have over 16 million in NIH funding and just partnered with Roche and received another 10 million dollars. These days only the top 6.5-10% of grant applications receive funding. On top of that, they have Department of Defense funding for the development of cheap, easy to use DNA vaccines for disasters/epidemics. Their cash runway extends well into the last quarter of 2015! If INO is what all the bashers say it is, then they are really pulling the wool over the eyes of the government, universities and various philanthropic foundations!