On the Payne show business report a panelist reiterated her choice of INO as a smart investment idea. In her view Inovio is poised to dominate the vaccine business.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I just listened to a "ebola expert" call in a say there was no use in creating a vaccine because of the rapid mutation of the virus. Obviously, he didn't know INO's DNA vaccine is applicable to any variety. Will someone notify Sean?
They're taking profits, and they have fast computers. There's nothing to do but ride these things out. The individual just can't keep up with these guys.
If you were on flight 1147; one of the 131 passengers plus crew, you're in trouble, and you may be spreading ebola to your family, friends, co-workers and strangers. This is growing exponentially.
What it would do, for sure, is put INO on the front pages of every newspaper, newscast, and the lips of the world's population. We would be the talk of the planet.
While I'm not a big fan of government intervention in general, I am in specific cases like this. It is in the national and world's interests to stop the spread of ebola. Money flowing into INO for development and supply of our vaccine would be well spent.
This cannot happen here. Remember, we were told, without equivocation by our president, that EBOLA will not come here. Now, the second healthcare worker. Even the first nurses' dog is under quarantine, and I think I just heard, the daughter of this nurse is being watched for signs of ebola. Contrary to what we've been told, this virus is relatively easy to catch. I hope INO is working hard and fast to bring our vaccine to fruition.
He's creating democrats. But, if ebola does gain purchase in Central America, Katy bar the door. Our porous southern border will hurt us greatly ~ the same goes for the Canadian border. It's just as porous. What I'm worried about is ISIS infecting some of their "martyrs" on purpose and sending them across our borders to start a panic plague.
I think Dr. Kim is working on the ebola vaccine full time with the government, and it would be unseemly of him to report on the goings on at this point. Everything will come out before long, and the SP will reflect what happens then.
Let's compare this to officer shoots suspect. What is the percentage of death or serious injury compared to the same criteria with a taser?
It's okay, folks, don't you know EBOLA is just another JV Team, and our government has told us it won't happen here and we have nothing to fear? ... Uh-Oh!
I read the article. I hope we are soon recognized as much as the "big four" are, and become one of the "big five", or even better, the "big one".
But Obama said there is no way Ebola will be a problem here... End of the World sci fi movies begin this way.
INO can quickly make as many doses as they need to stop this scourge; however, getting fearful, superstitious people to take their shots is another problem.
I watched the CDC doctor spouting this "logic". Isn't he the former New York advisor to Bloomberg who banned salt and 32oz sodas? I'm afraid he is stuck on stupid. People coming from Ebola infected countries have passports that can be checked by personnel all along the route. Even if they came to the US via Brussels, we'd know it if we wanted to. Saying they'd just come by ship or overland so we shouldn't try to control entry to this country is stupid in the extreme. Making it harder makes the trip take longer, and we still check ships coming here anyway. Someone with Ebola is going to have a rough time trekking through the deserts of Mexico and the Southwest, and the Canadians can check their airlines too. We need to quarantine the countries in question, and anyone traveling from there back to here, until we know they're okay. Then we can ramp up INO's vaccine and stop it in Africa.
The CDC mentioned sever efforts being taken to come up with a vaccine, but they didn't mention ours. Does anyone know the status of our vaccine? Has anyone emailed the CDC?
The article was a very powerful endorsement of NWBO. Both the German and English regulatory agencies have great faith in DCVaa. They don't make these decisions in a vacuum. They review all the data first. It is especially cogent that England made NWBO's drug its FIRST selection for early availability to the public. We longs can rest easy. It is only a matter of time until we are rewarded more than our wildest dreams can attest. Bringing relief to those who suffer, and just profit for those who hung on all these years with faith and support for our science. Congratulations.
The experimental drug used to treat the two American health workers is ZMapp. It was developed by Mappbio and Leafbio in San Diego. The drug is made using tobacco plants which synthesize parts of the virus, and then used to boost the immune system response to the Ebola invasion. Reynolds American, in Owensboro, Kentucky, makes the ZMapp drug, and is attempting to acquire ownership. So, all tobacco isn't bad after all.