Well said. I agree whole heartedly. I worry about the large portion of our population who did not recognize what you did. Their choices (Trump and Hillary) both are phony characters totally lacking in empathy.
Bob Gates is a truely great individual who has served our country well under both Democrat and Republican administrations. His intellect and altruism is so superior to both Trump and Hillary that it is unmearurable. The nomination and selection process is really flawed.
Another individual who is comparable to Bob Gates would be Leon Panetta.
Trump is a classic narcissist of the first order. That condition is incurable. our education system has failed us badly by not preparing the electorate to recognize that characteristic and potential problems associated with having a leader that has that malady.
The other problem is that Hillary is not significantly better. Her "husband" was making speeches to foreign leaders at $500K a pop while she was the Secretary of State. "We were dead broke when we left the White House" She wants the office of the presidency to enhance her power and prestige not for any altruistic reasons. I fear for my country.
These guys don't eat their own cooking! That is the gold standard for investing in biotechs: does management eat their own cooking. If they don't, stay away from the stock
Why must you be so nasty? Does it make you feel better? Or do you idolize street fighters like Mr. Trump and as your name suggests?
Alan Simplon says:
"If you gave Trump an enema, you could put him into a shoe box."
Agree completely. I can't understand why more folks don't realize that John Kasich is the best qualified person left in the presidential race.
I would think that the solid (no #$%$) folks in Wisconsin would realize that. Why they can't see that Mr. Trump's volatile personality completely disqualifies him from being the person with his finger on the nuclear button is baffling.
Yes, They should have known that. BCG has the same property and has been the gold standard for bladder cancer for many years.
Dr. De Vita presents an excellent overview of cancer treatment evolution and gives some novel recommendations for the acceleration of the drug approval process.