Chinese wrote the book on stealing. The old "Chinese copy" was just a nice way of saying that.
"MANF's lead indication is retinitis pigmentosa, and additional indications including Parkinson's disease, diabetes and Wolfram's syndrome are currently pursued. Further applications for MANF may include Alzheimer's disease, traumatic brain injury, myocardial infarction, antibiotic-induced ototoxicity and certain other rare orphan diseases currently under evaluation"
Hope your instincts are right. For me MANF opens the door to the process of understanding those things that we know we do not know. The universe of unknown links which trigger flaws in some humans and not in others. I honestly felt that LYMPRO would have started a new discovery-understanding-science process in AZ by now.Since learning occurs at the fring of knowledge. LYMPRO science presents a linked site for spontaneous learning where meaningful criteria for defining AZ can occur.
Of course we have to wait to see what and how much they will review...BUT, the important point here (for me at least) is suggests the shorters are about to lose control of their lives. That's like, not only do the RED SOX win BUT, the NYY lose. A double hit
NOTED..."InVivo’s management will be displaying and explaining intraoperative videos from the first two subjects enrolled in the trial thus far. In addition, intraoperative videos evaluating surgical implantation of the investigational Neuro-Spinal Scaffold in a porcine model of acute spinal cord injury at various early time points will be presented."
Key words...video and two..
One of the reason I satrted to pay attention to AMBS was the (way back) release on BD LYMPRO assay results. BD is near Stanford, all these people know each other.
Correct, they are obviously sitting on something...soon we will all know more
Respectfully disagree. I think they are stepping back to reduce the number of uncontrollable inputs and variables, such as wild PR/stories impacting SP. I get the sense they have a direction and vision and want to mange their own lives, not react to the latest zombie story(which is going to happen anayways) . When the news of a Pt getting the flu could ruin any given day we want to be above the fray...IMO. I do not like silence as long term strategy though.
Your instincts seem right to me. The company has had a troubled past with PR out of control . Considering the future possible scope these products and possible patient results a plan and firm hand are certainly needed. We simply do not know how to deal with what could be breakthrough technology. How does the book get rewritten on the run? A prudent and informed move
Hope it goes well. Such events can go either way and can have unintended consequences....but , it is what it is. Best
tit...well now, if you really do recall that detail then you must be right...clop, clop, clop...what's that? A dead parrot....priceless