What I stated is not wrong.
I said "Viable cells exist below scar tissue in many CSI patients"
I have studied the "research".
Dependent on injury factors the spinal nerves will search a way to repair if given a proper pathway. That being the scaffold if the trials are successful.
It was discussed on this board and Frank brought it up on a video, I think Frank knows a lot more about this than you. Nothing personal.
I have but you apparently have not. You can start by watching all of Franks' videos. Then you can get back with apologies.
This is not considering the market for previous spine injuries. Viable cells exist below scar tissue in many CSI patients. If these first trials are a success paralyzed people will be demanding treatment.
Yes, now might be a good time to start a position in XVIX, if the the back end of the futures curve continues to flatten. If market stagnates it could be a good play.
Myriad Genetics charges 475.00 if you know the specific gene variant you are at risk for. (for cancer.)
If this doesn't pique your interest you might need PBT2.. Go to marsroverblogdotcom. THen too Glenelg Page 12 post numbers 227 and 228 by HortonHeard AWho. especially #228.
So are you saying that using human discoveries to assist in better and longer lives for ourselves might be against nature and therefore possibly unethical?
What kind of conceit would that be? It defies common sense.
Interesting topic Pivalde.. There is a great video animation on Amicus's website covering this very topic. This isn't a plug for Amicus, jsut that they also have a pharmaceutical chaperone in different stages of trials. and although they don't speak to the specifics of the makeup of their compound the video is worth seeing. Ticker is FOLD.
Wondering if it could be a short attack by animal rights group like PETA or Greenpeas. Some misquided people would sacrifice their own mother to save a monkey or a frog.
Joe the philosopher?
I have some questions for him to ponder.
Our cat has a plastic ring that he fetches and plays with. This morning I watched him set it down and crouch behind a chair staring at it. After a bit he pounced and flipped it around..
It reminded me of the same unanswered questions involved in the process we humans use when we prepare to strike the golf ball.
Does it imply cat and or human abilities to plan ahead and organize?
Are we conscious beings?
On July 24 James Wood wrote an article on Seeking Alpha tiltled "An Economic Historians Explanation Why you should move to cash" It's an interesting article with which I don't particularly agree, but that's neither here nor there. What I have a problem with is the following false statement he makes when he is referring to World War II. "Not one Bomb fell in the Mainland US." Mr Woods failed to acknowledge his mistake when I posted it.
This may seem petty to some of you but imo the statement was made in a very firm context that set guidelines for the rest of his thesis.