this is a drug delivery system. And, Like antares pharma, it can be used with a wide spectrum of drugs. There is just one catch: They have to get some TRIALS DONE. That will take some time.
Once the results from one trial comes in, the PPS will increase dramatically. And when that 2nd trail confirms the results, the sky will be the limit.
absolutely far out. PFE launches a blockbuster using an AI from ATRS. and buys a company that already has a boatload of prefilled (read approved) syringes mated with drugs. Talk about synergy !!
Now the PPS for ATRS rises, Teva and PFE get into a bidding war...........
How the heck did loko find this? flat out amazing!
Thanks to loko for finding this and thank you Nam for posting this.
This kind of read makes my morning.
totally w/you on that Andre. The problem is that many people commit the ultimate crime of mindless bashing and mindless pumping. I hate both equally.
Tell me your opinion and back it up with some evidence.... or shut up. Loko does this with great skill. (not shut up, I mean he backs up his assertions. )
a few years ago I was holding this and occasionally traded in / out. I mentioned something about other injectors and got duly assaulted. Not just w/red thumbs but several posts questioning my motives, my character, and how often I get laid.
Not one person said: "hey, lets look at some of those other injectors for a minute".
I checked it out on my own and just didn't bother to share what I found. why should I?
So who's loss was that?
The food sucks, the healthcare is almost nil, The housing is atrocious and the clothing has no fashion sense whatsoever. I mean..... you can't even get a decent pair of heels.....
Whogo said: " the difference between you & me is that I'll still point out the negatives even when I hold shares"
And that, folks, is what makes Whogo a very important poster to listen to.
Loko does good work. A little bit on the edgy side with his speculations but he does admit they are speculations. Wheniever you stick your neck out, someone will try to chop it off.
Now..... if we can only...... stop him from using...... those damn elipses................................. instead of a simple period at the end of his sentences........
it would help the read.
(smiles at loko)
can't please everyone;
If there was no press release, people like you would complain.
If there is a press release, People like you complain.
Take your pick.
Seems like a marketing word to me (meaningless). I'm taking that meaning to be the "set" of other Sub Q out there on the market that he's comparing to.
What exactly is the "class" that Hobbs is talking about? what other T sub Q injectables are there.
OR does his "class" include all injectables (muscular) as well.
Just what does that blurb mean?
Should we be calling the investors line and asking? (i'm sorta up for that).
Loko. if this place is making you that angry. that is an indicator that it's time
to walk away.
The world will not end if you do and you may find your spirit free again.
I didn't read the article but the title tells me that the testosterone thwarts the *resistance* to the treatment of cancer.
Some of the things I've learned recently is that cancer cells can secrete a chemical that interferes with the immune systems attempts to kill it. Some treatments by Oncosec and Inovio companies have demonstrated a way to thwarts cancers ability to do this. Leaving the tumor open to attack. Right now, cancer treatment via immunology is HOT. And Oncosec (ONCS) has a method of drug delivery that pushed a chemical directly through the cell walls of the cancer, effectively stopping the tumor from preventing an attack by the T cells. The cancer has no defense.
THis treatment sounds similar (not the same). it's changing the tumor cells ability to fight back. It's not the testosterone that's killing the cancer.... it's the testosterones stopping the cancers **resistance** to the treatment.
I do NOT propose to understand much of what's going on with ONCOSEC. and the Issue of Porosity of the cell walls. but it seems to be working above expected trial results. Systemic responses have been seen that change non-repsonders to treatment; Into responders.
Go check it out.
ooooo right. I better take the advice from a num-nuts on a yahoo message board.!!
YIKES I BETTER SELL FAST !!!
Lady said about injectors:
"There is always going to be some feeling of pain from a needle going into you. You can minimize that but that's not the only solution. The other thing you can do is mask the feeling by introducing some other feeling. If there is a shield or a ring surrounding the needle then the patient doesn't have to see it. and if you push that shield up against your skin then you're going to feel that instead of feeling just the needle.
Sorta like if the nurse goes to inject your arm with something and pinches the area first. you feel her pinch but you don't feel the needle at all. observe that the next time you get a flu shot."
Then someone asked her a question:
"Thanks, LadyD for your comment. Would you add to your observation concerning pain? Wondering about needle free injections, are they pain free?"
So Lady said:
While I'm very familiar with inflicting pain. I can't speak for the needle free injectors. Pain is such a lovely relative feeling. One mans pain is another mans pleasure.
If Antares would like to give me some samples for research. I'm sure I can give them a thorough report.
Sorry, I just felt I had to answer that question.
oh come'on Nam... that's not what he said at all.
I'll sum it up for you:
"Maybe if people had stuck to the issue instead of carrying out ad-hominem attacks."
There is a category when you complain about a post called "harrasment". so if you do carry out an ad-hominem, you run the risk of getting the post deleted.
I have to agree with Camry here. (not that anyone gives a rats rear what I think) but ... really Nam... you know these issues are out there and the fact that ATRS did the (last) secondary at a 30 Mil Level is a persuasive data point. History (like the stock market) tends to repeat itself.