Some are selling. Wow, that is not bright but from where I come from called too stupid to be true.
We were taking care of an severely immunodeficient patient when I was in training. We had a young man in his upper 20s with multiple osteomyelitis infections. Biopsies conferred this but no organism was detected. He was empirically treated. One of the resident spoke to microbiology lad on the 6th or 7th episode isolated Ureaplasma which is resp. for urinary tract infection but not osteomyelitis. This was in 1990s. Since then we do look for this infections in immunocompromised individuals.
But in this patient Listeria was detected but that does not mean it caused the infection. She might have been infected by other bacteria which were not isolated as she was treated with antibiotics or the offending agent could not be isolated. Listeria staying in this individual for 2 years is a good thing- it means it helped with immunosurveillance.
Brooklyn Heights is NYC’s fastest-selling neighborhood, with a median of 26 days on the market.
Across the board, days on market (DOM) varies by neighborhood and there is no clear trend that characterizes the fastest-selling neighborhood in the city. Nonetheless, we looked into the data and ranked most of NYC’s neighborhoods to see which ones came out on top and which ones floundered.
The citywide days on market median is 42 days, but in some neighborhoods it’s as low as 26 days. For example, Carroll Gardens did great, but Tribeca did not.
Tribeca, one of Manhattan's most coveted neighborhoods, was one of the city's slowest selling neighborhoods
Tribeca, one of Manhattan’s most coveted neighborhoods, was one of the city’s slowest-selling neighborhoods.
Carroll Gardens has a median of 28 days on market, doing far better than uber-trendy Williamsburg, which trailed behind with 36 days on the market. Also surprising, Ditmas Park had a median of 30 days on market whereas Greenwich Village had a median of 40 days. Clinton Hill had a median of 30.5 days on market but West Chelsea had a median of 58 days on market.
Perhaps most surprising of all is Tribeca’s performance. Without a doubt one of NYC’s most-coveted neighborhoods, Tribeca turns out to be a slow-selling neighborhood with a median of 69.5 days on the market. Neighborhoods like East New York, Bed-Stuy and Gravesend all performed better.
It goes without saying that larger units with more space and bedrooms will likely be more expensive. The more expensive a house, the more time it may take to find a suitable buyer. That could explain why Tribeca units, which are generally more expensive and considered “luxury,” will take more time than more moderately priced homes
Life is a balance.
We can not get everything we want.
Mild side effects vs incurable and deathly cancer. Do you think I have a choice.
by ramkumarram20 • Oct 6, 2015 12:32 PM Flag
ADXS will reach $15 before VBLT Mark this
And that was 24 hours back.
am out for now, I was in yesterday at 6:45 2000 shares out at 10.05
by ramkumarram20 • 2 hours 46 minutes ago Flag
good luck guys, what a ride
You need to see shrink really. That was less then two hours back.
Terminally ill patient receiving joint implants, come on Orthopods- need to clean the way you treat people. Sorry if I offended anybody I have to get this out of my chest. It does increase the deficit too.
They could be prone for infections. Just asking.
That is true, all vectors used in biotech are not virulent. For any symptoms suspicious of infections- antibiotics are routinely used.
In fact Listeria being present in the patient is a good sign that tumor surveillance was intact.
When they suspected an infection, antibiotics are used empirically until the tests come back. This is routine. Tests confirmed that there was bacteremia but it was not responsible for death.