This is very disappointing.
This is a cop-out.
There is simply no reason they could not give a time estimate.
"Taking longer than anticipated", meaning we anticipated we would have it done by now? and add,
"we will continue to use our... 1/4ly statement.. to update" meaning they anticipate more than one 3 month additional period passing?
It's like they're scurrying around the lab, looking for that magic ingredient they forgot
Certainly you may be right. But, I think if it is too cute, it's too easy to ignore the message, because they don't like the subject matter to begin with. I know what you mean about your dad. i'm 67, N Jersey and pretty much inclined to say #$%$' if you try and scare me. Let them acknowledge the fear, then show how you can painlessly eliminate that fear.
Staying alive IS the greatest motivator. You have to remind folks what's at stake. And, speaking of "stake", maybe Cologuard could hire George Foreman to grill one up, eat it, and show what to do with the byproduct?
To me they are too 'cute' and not scary enough. The fact is that most people are initially more scared of the testing, then the possibility of having the disease. Plus, if they don't test, they don't have to deal with the possibility they have cancer.
IMO, the ads need to scare people with the horror of cancer and then bring them down with the ease of Cologuard testing.
We see EXAS as a company using sophisticated, cutting-edge technology, but it needs to be remembered that the average target IQ for users is 100, and that in the prime of their lives, probably more like a functional 95 - 98 at age 50+.
Thanks. It will be interesting to see how effective the ant-fracking people will be on a statewide level. Local and county are good.
so, I looked. Nothing on their web site, but this on the "Yahoo, Profile" link:
May 26, 2016 - May 30, 2016 Est.
UQM Technologies Inc. Earnings Call
A personal wait is also over. After years of looking at the GELYF symbol, it just occurred to me, that could be short for "Jellyfish" Probably a good model name in Asia, might really excite buyer interest.
Both PRAN and AVXL use the same trial investigator/planner: Macfarlane.
In '13 or so, Macfarlane came out with a Kevin Lawler video, "demonstrating" pran's drug worked.
Last year Macfarlane came out with a Kevin Lawler video, "demonstrating" avxl's drug worked.
Forgetting the ethics of a trial investigator releasing self-serving videos, during the trials, deosn't this cause you some concerns? Certainly seems suspect. And both companies still employ him
There is absolutely no person in the world, who would value your opinion over Tanzi's. You are just flaunting your ignorance at this point.
Says Rudy T, today's news:
"While our data all involve experimental models, the important next step is to search for microbes in the brains of Alzheimer's patients that may have triggered amyloid deposition as a protective response, later leading to nerve cell death and dementia," said Tonzi, director of the genetics and aging unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. "If we can identify the culprits -- be they bacteria, viruses, or yeast -- we may be able to therapeutically target them for primary prevention of the disease."
What's it all mean vis-a-vis Prana?
1. why no responses form the pumpers?
2. If the new theory is correct, does that mean the old idea of eliminating amyloid beta would have caused more problems then it solved? Maybe killed people?
I had posted last winter about by dad (95) slipping into a dementia state, because he developed a urinary tract infection following a surgery. Same happened with my mom about a month ago. Cleared up quickly both times. What's startling, is the docs didn't bother to check for such infections either time - the family had to bring it up. Doctors are not what they used to be
I don't know if this got any play