Thank you, Theres! Is it me, does someone else want this job? Does someone else want to be the scapegoat for the last settlements? Does someone else want to take over a job w/ more FDA pitfalls and career-breaking action than most sectors? Keep-You must be the boss' brother-in-law-how else could you survive knowing nothing? Go lick and stick some SCs since you think you could do better-that's what need to be done most of all-start producing!
that's right-we're freakn' loaded and talked about ACTC pre-market-notice great volume and the descent of the pps-what could that mean?
where's that-Rte 66? No one is dumping him more than usual-and who cares now? Anything more than a Z-pack is under scrutiny-that means if you present with a stomach ache-they'll give you some Pepto and forget the echo to see if you're having a heart attack-just for the next year or so. Ins. Co. says Heal thy self!
Elk-since the first Ins co-they have always made money-so yes Bam should have known-made he should have assigned the NSA to write the software-they get it done! It's a disgrace that it wasn't Beta or Soft tested or whatever before a grand opening-even 12-table restaurants do that!
See???-are you kidding? I see the ACTC calendar, I see a chart with higher lows for the week, I see you're Sgt. Schultz.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Officials at the University of California, San Diego announced Monday that philanthropist T. Denny Sanford has committed $100 million to the creation of the Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center.
The center is intended to accelerate development of drugs and therapies derived from human stem cell research through clinical trials and patient therapies.
It will integrate the operations of four locations: the UC San Diego Jacobs Medical Center and a nearby proposed clinical space, both scheduled to open in 2016; the UC San Diego Center for Advanced Laboratory Medicine; and the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine.
Pradeep K. Khosla, chancellor of UC San Diego, said the center will advance the region's reputation as an international, collaborative hub for stem cell research.
The center's clinical trials with patients will help leverage stem cell research being conducted by scientists from UC San Diego, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, Salk Institute for Biological Studies and The Scripps Research Institute, among others.
"Every day, scientists learn more about the regenerative powers of stem cells, which tantalize with their potential to treat, cure, even prevent, myriad afflictions, including cancer, Lou Gehrig's disease and spinal cord injury," Sanford said in a statement. "I believe we're on the cusp of turning years of hard-earned knowledge into actual treatments for real people in need. I want this gift to push that reality faster and farther."
Do you think the ins. cos. would have allowed this if it was truly affordable? Neva! think of all the money they're saving during these weeks of confusion by denying every frek'n thing that comes across their computers-billions! They are the real slag of the world.
Fraud -you don't get it-my daughter (runs IT for testing facility) was so freaked out last week-tests being denied for really sick people, 5-6 tests denied-she's not a doc but she knows "really sick"-they need to fix it NOW-who cares what side they're on!!! Next you'll be saying it's a Hilliary conspiracy-what matters most is people getting treatment-illness doesn't wait for pols!!!!!!!
How do you feel now-our ins (in NYC) is going down at the expense of people who really can't afford it-wouldn't have been less disruptive if we would've just given them 50-75% off ins to start and left mine alone? If this was in the Onion you could smell the stink.
She doesn't want to be frisked!!! I offer up my hus to sit by an exit-because he can get the door opened and I can get out-but more likely he'll get mad at a terrorist and throw him out first!!!
It was very optimistic for us. Last week-people were bracing themselves for something; after what happened in Boston-it was like it happened here and we got traumatized too.