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fghton 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 25, 2015 10:02 AM Member since: Jun 18, 2002
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  • fghton fghton Apr 25, 2015 10:02 AM Flag

    Looked at ATRA and it looks good...

    Problem is it has gone from the high 9's to the high 50's in the last year alone...My mindset will not
    let me buy those stocks. Bugs me too much I didn't own it sooner and that I'm paying 6x's more for it then some other guy did less than a year ago... Is like paying 6x's for a house that someone bought a year ago.
    Would you do that? Plus I only buy very large positions in stocks so that kind precludes it...

    ZSPH is a different scenario for me. Low was in the high 28's so not even paying 38% above that for starting in the high 30's.... So 40% from a year low versus a 600% premium...LOL...Just me anyway. That's why I passed on ESPR when you mentioned it around $100....It was in the 12's sometime within the last year.
    Need to catch those gems a tad!

  • fghton fghton Apr 24, 2015 6:56 PM Flag

    Why do you need a "top notch" PR firm when your product is revolutionary and is going to be the leading
    medical device in the treatment of spinal injuries in history?

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    Do You People Really Understand the Scaffold?

    by fghton Apr 24, 2015 11:11 AM
    fghton fghton Apr 24, 2015 12:00 PM Flag

    Sorry for the "You People" heading as it was aimed at some over exhuberant longs here who seemingly tend to feel that the scaffold will make a "lame man walk".... Actually learned quite a lot from the reply posts which
    I appreciated. Going to read the presentation as suggested. Sorry that I jumped the gun a bit without doing
    full DD. I hate that....GL to longs........

  • Do all of you understand that the neuro scaffold device was never intened to aide, or regenerate, nerve damage to the spinal cord. It was intended to aide in the healing of tissue damage caused in a spinal cord injury. The same as sutures or tissue closing adhesives. The intent of the product was to heal the "tissue" faster and with less risk of edema or infections. The device is aborbed into the body within a few weeks after being inserted...Just like disolvable sutures. Both Patients 1 and 2 have been without the scaffold device in
    their bodies for many months now. If their have been some observable recent positive changes to either or both it is likely being caused by the natural healing process plus some serious rehab. I wish them the best of
    luck recovering from these very serious accidents, but to expect virtual miracles simply from this device,
    which has not even existed in their bodies now for many months, is really grasping at straws it seems.

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