This is a R&D company in a very risky business.
Lawsuits are good for the lawyers because they settle, take the money, run and leave shareholders in the ditch. In the case of TRXC there is no money to be had. Look at the negative retained earnings on the balance sheet.... a nightmare..... which is expected for an R&D phase company.
I just looked at this one this morning for the first time. Never heard or read about the company before.
I have no position in TRXC whatsoever but putting it on my high risk watch list. Some day I may.
This is appearing in a multitude of news media outlets in USA and Europe about Pilgrim's Pride farms:
Search this to find several references:
"Disease-ravaged corpses, birds so genetically modified they can't stand up and bloody feces everywhere: Undercover footage shows the squalid conditions inside one of America's biggest chicken farms"
Is there any truth to this story ... or is it just "inquirer stuff"?
The only problem I have with Roundup is when it is put on lawns or golf courses where it may come in contact with infants, children, pets or any live being subject to carcinogen risk. I know I won't put pesticides or herbicides on my lawn until my grandchildren no longer visit. Often they are included in lawn fertilizers.
I tell my grandchildren those purple violets, yellow buttercups and dandelions on the lawn are a gift from heaven..... even though most folks have been brainwashed into thinking those flowers are the "plague".