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  • subar59 subar59 Sep 14, 2011 2:25 PM Flag

    Ancient History

    #1 ) We aint in europe... #2 ) Its no longer isolagen... #3 ) Ya.ll get paid to post B.S.,so whomever is payin ya,ll can pick-up shares. As i see it the only one stupid enough to sell so far is the whiney idiot johnkelly6914... but he has the brain of a small retarded child...your mother must be soooooo proud of your chosen earned your money D.B.

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    • Yeah, "nobody's gonna buy into the hype this time around". I mean, that silly little scammer agency, the FDA, probably gives approvals to every drug that comes along. Clearly we should be following the ranting advice of some British patient who was improperly injected 5 years ago instead of the FDA who has scoured thousands of pages of clinical data and come to the conclusion that LaViv is safe and works.

      Oh, Spliffy...silly spliffy. I'm guessing this drop is another attempt to accumulate shares before the official launch. I'm adding if this drops into the .40s.

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      • Oh yeah, you folks are into "spewing" the "Party Line" of "poor injection technique".

        Well, let me tell you, pal, it wasn't all "poor technique" it also had a lot to do with "efficacy of Laviv", mes ami.

        What about some "serendipitous discoveries" by doctors in Europe as discussed in the the story?

        Like: ***Chris Inglefield, of London Bridge Plastic Surgery... ‘Most of the women who looked to Isolagen for skin rejuvenation were in their 50s,’ he says. ‘But, as you get older, you have fewer active fibroblasts. As a result, you tend to have less raw material to work with. Things like this aren’t one size fits all.’
        Other doctors I spoke to agreed. They felt that the treatment had potential and, while they doubted its ability to tackle deep lines, agreed it had shown good results in young patients. They even suggested one of the most efficacious ways of using the technology would be for women in their 20s to bank their healthy fibroblasts with a view to using them for skin rejuvenation at a later date.******

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    • "#1 ) We aint in europe... #2 ) Its no longer isolagen..."

      ***Ancient history...ANCIENT HISTORY??!!!!****
      Please mes ami, why don't you cogitate on the message in this quote from the great American writer, William Faulkner:


      How can you overlook such a "SIGNIFICANT PART" of due diligence??!!!

      No wonder "numbskulls" get caught in: "Grizzly BEAR Traps".

      Please note some "ancient ISOLAGEN history" that is still alive in Europe today.

      ***Lynn Harrison is shocked to find that the company is essentially back in business. ‘I’ve written the money off,’ she says, ‘but I cannot believe that they can just change the name and set up again. If anyone is thinking about having it done, I’d simply say don’t waste your time or your money.’ It might have a new name, but it doesn’t take an awful lot of internet searching to connect Laviv to Isolagen. And, given its track record, surely nobody is going to buy into the hype second time around?
      ‘Here in America, it never really got any buzz behind it before it was withdrawn from circulation in 1999,’ says New York-based cosmetic surgery expert Wendy Lewis. ‘As a result, the average consumer in the U.S. will not have any recollection of Isolagen.’ Indeed, in the July edition of American Vogue, the glossy trumpets ‘the new trend in dermatology — grow your own filler’. But even if consumers are interested, there’s still that price tag to grapple with.****

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