well we have had "non scaffold" injuries for years and stats that show how many have some/full recovery. If we test against 5 ppl and all 5 have better than historic results and then test 50 ppl and say 80% do better, it shouldn't be that difficult to determine the benefit. I dont think positive thinking alone is going to cause limbs to move.
no funds are buying otc stocks.. looking forward to it
Recently sent story to 60 Mins.. I thing it will help the gofundme's and nviv interest if it runs.
great job of summing up many reasons why most are accumulating and not selling. bought the dip yesterday
for safety.. are you thinking more about procedure or scaffold or both.. I dont have a degree in medicine, but i dont see how a device can be both improving the progress of the first two patients and be unsafe or unhealthy for them considering it dissolves in a short period of time. Positive results means good things are occurring with the scaffold...only side affect is improved "progress" and a chance at walking again vs zero improvements.
should be some pressure to get this device available to the SCI patients asap... if they are two for two and the thought of spending a lifetime in a wheel chair while this product is demonstrating incredible results is inhumane
well they cant open too many as you can only sell over priced burgers and shakes at very specific locations.. all the hype is priced in.. do u really want to hold for 5 years waiting for this thing to move