Blood Purification companies discussion

By robertvince, September 20, 2013

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When I purchased Stellar Biotechnologies, it was a speculative investment with a compelling story. These are the microcap stocks I like to get involved with. Holding it for the past year was a roller coaster ride, and gave me reason to question my investment. The more research I did, the more I felt confident in the investment, so when it slid down to the mid .30 cents range, I bought more shares. ”Catching a falling knife” is usually frowned upon in the investment community, but its the only way to make a small fortune when you stumble upon a legitimate company with untold upside.
I’ve been doing the same with 2 biotech companies in the field of blood purification. Whether it be a virus (hiv…etc) , exosomes (cancer related), cytokines, sepsis, chemical and biological weapons, the removal of harmful items from the bloodstream holds amazing promise for the future. The 2 companies I have holdings in are Aethlon Medical Inc (AEMD) and Cytosorbents (CTSO), and I’m writing this blog to open a discussion on them. Being a member of the irregulars has led me to the conclusion that there are many people of various skill-sets on this forum that like to delve into a company and their prospects, so I welcome all Gumshoe’ers to put there 2 cents in on these 2 issues. The websites for each are:
http://www.aethlonmedical.com/
and
http://cytosorbents.com/
Running out now, so no time to post more about these companies, but put them on your radars and I would love some feedback from the community.
Thanks also to the blind squirrel Jim, who directed me to open a new blog about these companies, pleasure to have him on the site.
Take care all and have a wonderful weekend.
RV

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Robert V
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September 21, 2013 10:11 am
Well, I sat down and wrote a bunch of stuff today about Aethlon, hit ‘post comment’ before I put in my Name and email, and lost everything. So here goes it one more try: A description of what Aethlon does from their website: The Aethlon Medical mission is to create innovative medical devices that address unmet medical needs in cancer, infectious disease, and other life-threatening conditions. Our Aethlon ADAPT™ System is a revenue-stage technology platform that provides the basis for a new class of therapeutics that target the selective removal of disease enabling particles from the entire circulatory system. The… Read more »
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bluemoney
September 22, 2013 4:33 am

I’ll be buying Stellar Biotechnologies Monday morning, at hopefully $1.89 or less. This looks very promising.

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delightlc7
September 22, 2013 3:17 pm

I am a critical nurse and have been in medicine 2 years in Tampa bay area. I have worked in In well known cancer center in Tampa and 4 other area hospitals, the most blood purify we use is dialysis. I will start asking these nurses if they know about this study. I have not seen it on the front lines of ICU nursing, yet.

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delightlc7
September 22, 2013 3:18 pm

Sorry that is 25 years in critical care nursing

Robert V
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Robert V
September 23, 2013 8:31 am

Mike, the blog was about Aethlon Medical and Cytosorbents, but Stellar is a great company too. Laura, doubt you’d see the hemopurifier in the hospitals yet, they’re just starting to get approval to test it in a few places in the US, although it has been tested more extensively in India. The nice thing about it is that it was designed to ‘snap’ into a dialysis machine, so as soon as it gains mass acceptance, it won’t take any special engineering to get it to work with machines currently in action.

JOSEPH VANDERMARK
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September 23, 2013 10:33 am

stellar biotechnologies

Robert V
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September 24, 2013 8:11 am
A little rundown on the 2nd company I mentioned. Thanks to one of the stock discussion board posters for this nice synopsis: Publication of our first CytoSorb® case report study in the medical journal, Blood Purification, reporting the successful reduction in cytokines and vasopressor support in a case of Staphylococcus aureus septic shock in a patient who survived at the University of Rostock, Germany Submission for publication of another successful case report study in the treatment of rhabdomyolysis from Vienna General Hospital (AKH), Austria — one of the largest hospitals in Europe. A number of other case reports are in… Read more »
herbalix
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November 23, 2013 7:10 am

Hi Robert,

herbalix
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November 23, 2013 7:28 am
Hi again, the above ‘hi’ went off without my approval. Sorry that your AEMD blog does not take off as much as you might have hoped. But who knows that can still change. Thanks for the great work and info on the two stocks you offer. Speaking for myself, I just do not have or make the time to do all the research into those companies. Also I have very little experience or knowledge in the field so I am quite overwhelmed with all the info that you offer. Nevertheless, I invested a small portion of my portfolio into AEMD… Read more »
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Robert V
November 23, 2013 10:46 am
Hi Herbalix , There are way more financial saavy folks out there then me for sure (the blind squirrel for one), and I’ve had my share of complete disasters in the low priced, high potential companies. One day I’ll try to list some of the companies I thought had great potential, yet crashed and burned. There are so many things to worry about with low priced stocks, not the least of which is “why are they low priced”? The first thing I do is to try to separate the scams from the true companies. Usually best accomplished by researching the… Read more »
herbalix
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January 25, 2014 4:20 am
Hi again Robert, this is really exciting news….Wow…finally had the time to read through all the new developments. After your initial message that CTSO and AEMD were up on the move, I began to put CTSO on my watchlist. AEMD I am holding already for some time. But CTSO I had not checked simply because of overload…. However, I got in at .18 cents and watched them going to .22 at which time I felt they would drop soon again to between .15- .18 cents, but how i was wrong. Could not believe my eyes when they went up to… Read more »
Robert V
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Robert V
January 29, 2014 8:36 am
I don’t know much about the European process of approval, but we all know that the FDA is famous for being Glacial. Haven’t checked the investorials.com site out yet, will do so shortly. Just found an article written yesterday in the Sentinel about the company, here it is: Biotech product geared toward reducing deaths in the ICU By KATHY CHANG Staff Writer Nearly half of all deaths in the intensive care units (ICU) of hospitals are caused by severe uncontrolled inflammation, which can precipitate organ failure and lead to death. Currently in the United States, there is no effective treatment… Read more »
herbalix
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January 31, 2014 4:32 am
Good article! By the way Robert are you aware of this discussion: “This Tiny, Unknown Biotech is About to Unleash Its ‘Holy Grail’ Drug” Biotech Supertrader teases that “This May be the Most Radical Advance in Medicine in the Last 100 Years” Posted on January 8, 2014 by Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe. I have been following the above discussion for some time and noticed that CTSO has been mentioned a few times. The teaser is about a different company and the discussion that has developed and still going on focuses on quite a few different Biotech companies. Anyway, in reference… Read more »
herbalix
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February 12, 2014 12:05 pm

Thanks for the update, Robert!
Still like CTSO despite the fact that Mr. Karmaswimswarmi does see them as some kind of ‘Hail-Mary-intervention’ only.
I was unable to get on their mailing list however. Do they have anything like that?
Have a great day!

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Sam N.
March 19, 2014 8:10 pm

CTSO is an interesting stock. It’s gone down quite a bit in the last couple of weeks due to dilution and reverse-split fears. I hope there’s some good news coming out of the symposium in Brussels since we haven’t heard anything about Cytosorb sales numbers in awhile. Hope Dr. Chen figures out a way to ramp up sales in Europe and India until US trials are under way…

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