Geron is already part of history. Stemcells and telomeres are the future of medicine, and keys to enhancing the understanding of how cells grow, how they age and how that growth can be controlled. This is equally true for normal cells and malignant cells. Nobel prizes have already been awarded, and more are likely to come. No doubt Geron is too small to do much more, but new, deeper pockets are about to take up the quest. Geron, as a stock, should rise in the short term. The Mayo studies will be encouraging, and point in a positive direction.
I think it's clear the Mayo studies will be encouraging, the question is how encouraging? How many cr's and how many pr's? Will they blow it out of the water or not? Will Scarlett's supressed excitment and squeals translate into something concrete or was he just having the vapors?
Geron's future and my condition deep underwater -- not to mention the halt and the lame -- depends on the study. Go Geron, you little b......d.
My question is......and always has been.....how many more feces-festered conjectures, pulled from the cheese-impacted colons of totally clueless "fringe-lunatics", squealing with unsuppressed excitement, but, seemingly, unable to wait until the test results from Mayo Clinic are revealed, must this forum endure?
Why can't we give... p...a...t...i...e...n...c...e........a chance?......while awaiting the Mayo Clinic test results?