The CEO, on May 23, 2013 stated that human implants will begin "on or about July 4th".
He said this at the annual shareholders meeting along with posted slides naming the hospitals in Boston and Pennsylvania where they will happen.
I doubt the CEO is "guessing"
The news is just starting to take hold.
That is very big news for NVIV in the opinion of many.
Every Nee Jersey casino could use FanTd to project a global fantasy gaming footprint.
Fantasy gaming is legal in new jersey along with 36 other states and counting.
Also, Congress should act sometime this summer in order to get a a piece of the tax pie, making it legal in all 50 states.
When that news hits, you want to be owing the stock.
Thats good advice, imo.
CEO Reynolds said " on or about July 4th" for the implants to start. He did not say "best case" or any thing of the sort. Outty words in the CEOs mouth concerning "best case" is the real misinformation.
CEO Reynolds also said they expect to have results available by late August.
Maybe you should listen to the CEO before you post your opinion based on thin air.
I feel pretty damn good tonite.
Dont have to worry about news being posted tomorrow or the day after.
I got my shares.
Join the club?
Why feel like an #$%$ when the news hits?..............lol
Give it a break with the soft bashing.
No one gives a #$%$ about the CEO using a planned sell programs to diversify a tiny anount of his 20 MILLION share holdings.
If he did NOT do that, investors would consider him an idiot.
But, you know that , of course.
Truli is looking very good right now.
The monkeys recovered lower extremity function WITHOUT stem cells. The scaffold alone provided the bridge to greatly limit scaring.
So, although the goal of the human trial is to test for safety, CEO Reynolds is on record as saying that they expect "better results" in humans than in monkeys, for a number of reasons.
Agreed. My understanding of why they picked "on or about July 4th" is that is the time of year when more traumatic spinal injuries occur.
In addition, Mass. Hospital in Boston & Geisinger Hospital in Pennsylvania, in addition to being two of the top research hospitals in the world, also have medivac helicopter access that bring in injured patients on a regional basis.