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jdcaetano 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 16, 2014 11:07 AM Member since: May 17, 2001
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  • jdcaetano jdcaetano Oct 16, 2014 11:07 AM Flag

    Nice !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • When your company is worth 150 million and you need to raise 50 million......its because your about to make a TON of product and thus your SALES will be going thru the roof soon .

    They aren't going to use it to buy another company........they need it to make TRUCK LOADS of product.

    They got a HUGE contract from someone .

  • Reply to

    stem stock is tanking

    by hundoghouse Aug 14, 2014 3:45 PM
    jdcaetano jdcaetano Aug 14, 2014 5:47 PM Flag

    It sure is....STEM is tanking Hard !

  • Reply to

    Someone please explain

    by billyteex1 Aug 4, 2014 6:37 PM
    jdcaetano jdcaetano Aug 4, 2014 7:31 PM Flag

    I didnt think the backlog decrease was that bad.....but kinda tweaked that Oil and Gas didn't turn a profit...

    Overall......best operating results in a long while.......so think we should rise on the news.....

  • “Look at this data,” said Feldman, pointing to her computer screen. “I’m so geeked about this.”

    Two neurosurgeons on her team injected two groups of Alzheimer’s mice, one group with a saline solution to serve as a control, the other with the stem cells. Both those groups and a group of healthy mice were then put through three tests of cognition, including one that required finding a platform hidden in a pool of water.

    Plots of performance show that the Alzheimer’s mice injected with cells performed the tests just as well as healthy mice. The Alzheimer’s mice injected with saline solution flunked the tests.

    “We’ve never seen data like this. It’s just amazing. It’s fabulous data that we’re just getting ready to publish,” said Feldman. “They’re as normal as normal mice. They’ve essentially gone back to normal. And the effect was durable for the four months we tested them.

    “I mean, you can tell looking at the mice which ones got stem cells. The ones who got saline solution just sat there in a cage. The stem-cell mice are all running around.”

    So far, the work on mice is unfunded, but with that kind of data, Feldman isn’t concerned. “I’ll get it funded,” she said.

    First, though, she awaits word from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about which large mammal to use in the next set of Alzheimer’s tests. For the ALS trials, the FDA had her use mini-pigs.

    “If everything goes well, in a year from now we can be talking about clinical trials on humans,” she said

  • Any possible tweets coming from the courtroom today......maybe during a court break.....?

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