so what do you think a solution should be
management of CERUS !
WHEN there is nothing to say
yet global events say it would be good to speak up NOW
glad to see the lackluster volume in these slight pullbacks
probably traveling with suitcases jammed with money
but their amateur ways can be overcome by strong numbers
and with BB on board MAYBE they will take over management if they continue to show that they cant handle
how to run a successful company
they cant mention what they dont know
its not their responsibility to , its the management teams OBLIGATION TO
ALSO, THIS HAS TO BE AS GREAT AS TIME AS ANY
to talk up the honest legit facts of the company
THIS IS IN THE NEWS
ON PR ALONE THIS IS A PPS$10
TIME FOR BAKER BROTHERS TO STEP IN AND MAKE A MOVE TO GET THE RIGHT MANAGEMENT TEAM IN
would great for some excellent news and they have to buy back @ 20
THE PPS has been at these levels b/c of
lack of upwards guidance and / or the street wants to
SEE THE MONEY
Overwhelmed by people wanting to donate blood to victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting, OneBlood asked donors to stop coming Sunday and schedule appointments over the next few days.
"I've been here 13 years and never seen a response like this," said Pat Michaels, a spokesman for OneBlood, as he revealed the blood centers were at capacity with walk-up donors.
"The sentiment is understood and appreciated, but it's a little too much, too soon," he said.
But the supply will need to be replenished, Michaels said.
Under a recently revised policy, the US Food and Drug Administration recommends refusing blood donations from men who have had sex with other men in the last 12 months. That’s been on the books since December, when the US lifted a lifetime ban on blood donation from men who had any sexual contact with another man since 1977.
Britain swapped a lifetime ban on gay blood donors for the 12-month abstinence rule in 2011. Australia has a similar policy limiting blood donation to men abstinent for a year.
The US ban on gay male blood donors was instated in 1983, when fear of AIDS was high and access to solid, research-backed information on the disease was low. Blood banks and LGBT rights groups have spent the last 10 years lobbying to change that rule, arguing that it discriminates against gay people and diminishes the country’s potential blood supply without scientific justification.
The FDA’s policy is a recommendation to blood banks, not a legally binding rule. The OneBlood blood bank network announced that it is accepting donations from gay men in the wake of the violence at Pulse.
Continuing to ban all male donors who have had sex with men in the last year, protected or not, is still essentially a ban on gay men. The American Red Cross’s eligibility questionnaire theoretically allows a heterosexual person who has had recent unprotected sex with multiple partners to donate blood, but not a man in a long-term monogamous relationship with another man.
The FDA argued last year that data showed that HIV infection was “significantly higher” among men with multiple male partners than among people with multiple partners of the opposite sex.
The new policy still falls short of fairness, rights groups argue. “It continues to stigmatize gay and bisexual men,” said David Stacy, Government Affairs director for the Human Rights Campaign, after the rule change last year. “It simply cannot be justified in light of current scientific research and updated blood screening technology.”
But, Garo has muddied those waters by forward-selling the royalties for Malaria and Shingles.
whats with the 13% loan????
everytime one of you rioters attack those trump people
gains more votes for trump
america is MORE sick of the leftists than they are of Trump