“Panakeia 604: Generations of Family Wealth From A Possible Panacea.”

Patrick Cox's "Biggest Market Story in History" teaser for Breakthrough Technology Alert

By Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe, October 24, 2011

Readers have been avidly forwarding the latest ad from Patrick Cox to me over the past week or so — he’s been pitching his Breakthrough Technology Alert newsletter ($695 “on sale” from the $2,000 “list price”, though as I’ve written about it over the years it’s pretty much always been “on sale”). So naturally, your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe wishes nothing more than to please the eager readers of Gumshoe nation … and we’ll take a look today.

And as with most of Cox’s ads, it’s full of big big big promise — not just that there’s a company that will make you rich, but that it will change the way we live forever.

With, of course, the clever little name that represents this life-changing idea: Panakeia 604.

Here’s the Panakeia bit from Cox:

“In Greek mythology, they called her Panakeia.

“She was the Goddess of healing. She carried a potion that would heal any sickness.

“Today, the concept of Panakeia is still with us.

“You know her legacy through use of the word panacea. A panacea is a cure-all. A panacea fixes everything” ….

“What would you say if I said one revolutionary CEO and his researchers think they’ve found this mythical panacea – a modern day Panakeia in our midst.

“I’m calling it ‘Panakeia 604’.

“I call it Panakeia because it might just be a real ‘cure-all’. I call it ‘604’ because that’s the patent this CEO holds on the substance.”

So yes, that’s what we’re looking for: A panacea.

“And the science behind ‘Panakeia 604’ is shockingly simple. It boils down to the fact that scientists seem to have stumbled upon a natural ‘super treatment’.

“This ‘super treatment’ attacks the cause of many diseases and ailments.

“Better yet, it’s natural. It’s not a chemical or derived from some harsh laboratory process…

“The breakthrough contains a substance found in tomatoes and red peppers.

“But it’s NOT one of those crackpot beta-carotene or resveratrol-type stories.

“What this tiny company discovered could make those stories look quaint by comparison.

“Because the ‘super treatment’ I’ll tell you about treats the factors that cause Alzheimer’s disease.”

Sound familiar? Yep, I think so too — and they go out of their way to tease wholesome stuff like red peppers as the source of this stuff (one email even came in with the subject line, “Eat a Red Pepper — Grow Wealthier?”), though if it’s still the company I think, they’re using a source plant with a very different reputation.

We’re probably treading on a pretty well-worn path here … but let’s see what other clues Cox provides so we can ascertain whether he’s still pitching the same stock.

“Researchers from Johns Hopkins are digging through data related to Panakeia 604 as I speak to you today.

“300 people in the Mid-West are currently enrolled in a study that seeks to find out just how well this possible panacea works – and for which ailments…

“There’s a study in Europe going on right now too.

“The wife of a famous politician is pushing for this breakthrough to gain wider awareness too…she wants to give it to every worker in her state that she possibly can…”

So what is it?

Yep, you guessed it, Patrick Cox is again touting Star Scientific (CIGX — free trend analysis here from one of our partners, Marketclub … this one’s been jumpy), a stock he’s teased several times before (the last time around, he called it the “last stock you’ll ever need” back in May … hopefully you didn’t take that too literally if you were an adherent of his at the time, since it’s down considerably since then).

And this “Panakeia 604” is anatabine, a substance found in peppers and tomatoes, to be sure (along with a bunch of other plants), but, for our purposes, a substance that’s found in unusually high concentrations in tobacco. This substance, which they’re now marketing as an anti-inflammatory nutritional supplement called Anatabloc — they sell it themselves and you can even buy it on Amazon now. They also have a second product, called CigRX, that seems to be mostly anatabine and yerba mate, and which they market as a smoking cessation aid.

There’s also a chart in the teaser ad with the title, “Super Treatment Destroys Inflammation — Lipitor Does Not” and an impressive looking bar chart of inflammation response for “Panakeia 604” vs. Lipitor. That chart is an excerpt from one in a Roskamp Institute study that you can find abstracted on this page — and it is indeed impressive, though I don’t know what the scientific design of the study was or whether Lipitor and the Lipitor dosage in that chart has any significance beyond being a control for comparison. Lipitor seems to be a bit of a “straw man” that Anatabine is put up against, in part because it’s been such a valuable drug — my understanding is that Lipitor has impressive anti-inflammatory properties, but you wouldn’t go first to Lipitor if you had a problem with inflammation (I’m certainly inexpert on this, so feel free to chime in if you like). There have been follow-ups that seem more sensible, like the comparison of anatabine to aspirin and Celebrex and the comparison to ibuprofen and other drugs.

Star Scientific’s share price has been driven this year by both the talk about the potential for anatabine to fight inflammation, largely revolving around Alzheimer’s Disease, and by their lawsuit with big tobacco. And it’s pretty much impossible to determine that the stock should be worth any particular price — the arguments from bulls tell us that this should be the biggest supplement in the history of the world, with billions and billions in sales as everyone takes it; and bears tell us that this is a pipe-dream company that doesn’t make any money and has a product whose sales don’t (and won’t anytime soon) come anywhere close to paying for their R&D and administrative expenses. Two examples of those are the StreetSweeper folks, who bet against the stock and wrote about its woes over the Summer, and Dr. John Faessel, a SeekingAlpha contributor who’s almost as excited about the stock as Patrick Cox.

The last news was bad from the courts, which is why the shares took a hit in the last month or two — this lawsuit revolved around the initial reason for being of Star Scientific, their curing process for tobacco that supposedly makes the tobacco healthier. The word from the last lawsuit was that their patent is indeed valid, but that a jury determined that RJ Reynolds did not infringe on the patent — so no big payday there, at least not yet.

And what’s the urgency? (There’s always some urgency — otherwise, why would you get off your duff to subscribe?)

“This is the wealth chance you have today. If you act before midnight, Thursday, October 27th.

“There’s an important reason for that date – major news could break around that time.”

That potential urgency relates to the expected findings of the Flint Study, which is the big (200-300 patients) study run by the Roskamp Institute that aims to determine what impact RCP-006 has on people (RCP-006 is the clinical name for their anatabine compound, roughly the same stuff they’re selling as the Anatabloc supplement). I don’t know if they’ve announced an end date, but when the study began the implications and chatter were that we should expect some reports and/or results late in the year, which is roughly … now-ish.

I did a bit of speculating on CIGX shares earlier in the year, though that was largely a bet on the potential for their “safer tobacco” patent — which turned out poorly. I still happen to have some call options on CIGX, but they’re likely to expire worthless unless they happen to cure Alzheimer’s by next year — so by all means, let me cheer them on!

In all seriousness, Patrick Cox is an enthusiast for story stocks and this is currently his favorite story — which doesn’t mean that it won’t turn out to be a great speculation, but we should take the exciting teaser language with a big grain of salt. He also spoke at the conference at the Roskamp Institute over the summer, apparently, so he’s definitely on board with this being a life-changing nutritional supplement, so regardless of whether or not the news is great in the next few weeks I expect we’ll keep seeing the teasers.

These things move slowly, there are very early stage studies going on about anatabine and inflammation and Alzheimer’s, and there is likely to be some substantial fighting about patents if anatabine does turn out to be a life-changing supplement that everyone wants to take.

Star Scientific is trying to sell its proprietary Anatabloc supplement, and would clearly like to auction off their anatabine patents and their procedures to the highest pharma bidder, but it may be tough to claim that their anatabine is better than the anatabine that anyone else can get from tobacco or from any number of vegetables, and I have no idea whether they really have the best or only way to extract or perfect anatabine. There are other anatabine-related patents out there, and I expect others are studying it as well — I have no idea how this will wind up.

I don’t know of any high-value patented nutritional supplements out there, perhaps there are some, but it’s hard to picture them carrying the same kind of profits as Lipitor. Sales certainly ought to pick up if they can release some good results and get attention this Fall, since there are always folks eager to try new nutritional supplements that might really make a difference, but it will be a while before we can measure CIGX based on conventional metrics like sales, or earnings.

I know lots of my readers have followed CIGX in the couple years since Patrick Cox started pitching the stock, so it’s very likely that many of you know much more about the compound and the near-term happenings than does your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe … feel free to share that wisdom with a comment below.

For full disclosure: I still have those call options on CIGX, but won’t trade in them or the stock for at least three days.

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49 Comments on "“Panakeia 604: Generations of Family Wealth From A Possible Panacea.”"

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Justthinkin
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October 24, 2011 5:33 pm
Rare, rather even handed commentary … for a change. Much to say, no time right now, except, re ” but it may be tough to claim that their anatabine is better than the anatabine that anyone else can get from tobacco”. One cannot use anatabine, or anything else they “get from” tobacco, as a dietary supplement re FDA rules (this is synthetic anatabine, and yes, process is patented by Star (Rock Creek [WOS]). Quickly the comparison is made to Lipitor because there is growing belief, and good evidence, that Lipitor works at all NOT because it reduces cholesterol (which it… Read more »
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October 24, 2011 5:43 pm
Should add that there is a vast, unheard though not silent, majority of us “out here” who wish the likes of Cox and Faessel and (formerly, anyway) Altucher would “dial down” the hyperbole about five notches. This is good stuff, and likely really great stuff, but it won’t solve all the world’s problems. The company is likely a good investment, especially since the “tobacco curing” side of the company just dragged the pps way down, but really for buy/hold for the next several years. Anyone with doubts about that who is also, say, over 50 need only buy some of… Read more »
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irontail
October 24, 2011 7:04 pm

Just how many shares of CIGX does “justthinkin” own?? Trying to recapture your losses? Good Luck – maybe you should sell on the next hype jump.

David
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David
October 24, 2011 8:57 pm

>>Anyone with doubts about that who is also, say, over 50 need only buy some of the product and try it<<
Oh really? And what exactly should we expect? 50% increase in IQ? Vastly increased sexual stamina? Disappearance of heart disease? A much more positive outlook on life? Return of blood pressure to normal range? 175-lb effortless loss of weight? Increased income?

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mitch
October 25, 2011 3:20 pm

Nobody likes a smart ***. I find it entirely reasonable to suggest trying the product as a cheap way to do some DD.

Justthinkin
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Justthinkin
October 24, 2011 8:59 pm

I own lots, have for a very long time … as most people who have followed the stock for long know … and I am way head … thank you for your concern. Thought that was obvious, my knowing so much about it. Nothing to hide. Luck not needed, nor is investing advice.

So, do you have any comments on facts … or do they matter to you … or do you know any?

David
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David
October 24, 2011 9:01 pm

BTW, Lipitor “working” means that it, like the other statin drugs, reduces the level of LDL cholesterol by inhibiting chol. synthesis in the liver. The anti-inflammatory effects of statins were unexpected icing on the cake.

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Mike
October 25, 2011 5:51 pm
David, your total ignorance of medicine makes you an easy target, but that’s you’re fault, not, mine. Several decades ago, the FDA declared that a pharmaceutical did not have to prove that it had ANY clinical advantages if it just decreased cholesterol. So the fact that statins decrease cholesterol (LDL, HDL, VLDL, or otherwise) in no way means that statins increase or decrease your likelihood of contracting a disease, or that they increase or decrease mortality rates. It just decreases cholesterol, and b/c the myth that cholesterol causes heart disease was so embedded into both the medical scientific and lay… Read more »
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October 24, 2011 9:19 pm
It’s an anti-inflammatory, David. It won’t help the problem your comment indicates, but if you have chronic sinusitis (#1 improvement reported anecdotally), arthritis (#2), asthma, inflammatory colon problems, or other problems that may be due to an inflammatory system overreaction, it MAY be for you. When the formal clinical (in progress) trials are completed we will know more official details. Those of us who have been taking anatabine for a year or more now already know. SO what YOU seem to be carping about is that the company ISN’T making a bunch of “the usual” claims, and in fact is… Read more »
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October 24, 2011 9:51 pm
JT, I was very mildly carping about your fill-in-the-blank claim “Anyone with doubts about that who is also, say, over 50 need only buy some of the product and try it” suggesting that just about anything that ails a person after age 50 might be fixed by anatabine. That sort of vague claim deserves to be ignored, so I was being nice by not ignoring it and instead asking you to be more specific. Thanks to your subsequent post, I see that there is a wide variety of anecdotal accounts of various placebo-responsive ailments seemingly responding to anatabine. I’m glad… Read more »
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October 24, 2011 10:21 pm
“anecdotal accounts of various placebo-responsive ailments seemingly responding to anatabine. ” That’s why I said “try it”. This is not one of those things you take for two months and then think, “Yeah, I THINK it’s helping”. The results are rapid and very remarkable … startling for most of us. And the invitation is a sound one: if you have such issues and you are interested, buy it and try it. If it doesn’t help, don’t buy more and don’t, by all means, invest. I’d recommend the same thing for people thinking of investing in a company that makes an… Read more »
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Justthinkin
October 24, 2011 10:29 pm

And BTW, it appears from what is publicly known that it was those research concerns (one or both, but I believe RI), in doing research for Star Scientific on the properties of anatabine, that discovered the anti-inflammatory property of anatabine, or at least the surprising extent of it. This is apparently one of those great tales of serendipity.

David
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October 24, 2011 11:04 pm

>>Why is it so hard to believe that the people at Johns Hopkins and Roskamp Institute are so enthusiastic because something new and very good has come about?<<
JT, it isn't a matter of belief or not. It's a matter of evidence or not.
Enthusiasm is cheap and can be misplaced. There are many promising compounds that are now on the trash heap that initially filled researchers with enthusiasm. This is not carping. It is scientific reality. I do hope anatabine has effectiveness and is safe to use in effective doses. Lord knows there's a lot of inflammatory misery to vanquish.

Myron Martin
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October 24, 2011 10:04 pm
For my money I think I will just eat more peppers and tomatoes. Seems to me most drugs last about 10 years before the side effects become known and you really have to DIG for the information because your doctor either dosen’t know or won’t tell. DRUGS are rarely the solution to any health problem, a change in lifestyle and good nutrition mostly precludes the need for any drug. At best they mask symptoms, at worst they cause more problems than they cure. In a couple months I will be celebrating my 73rd birthday without ever having been to a… Read more »
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Justthinkin
October 24, 2011 10:04 pm
“BTW, Lipitor ‘working’ means that it, like the other statin drugs, reduces the level of LDL cholesterol by inhibiting chol. synthesis in the liver. The anti-inflammatory effects of statins were unexpected icing on the cake.” Read the material I linked to, David (Spacedoc.com). There’s lots of other material like it for the finding. There is no doubt that Lipitor lowers cholesterol. The controversy is whether or not that effect on a biomarker translates into the believed effect on heart health … and, if I understand correctly, that belief fails to explain why, then (for example), so many people who do… Read more »
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October 24, 2011 10:29 pm

JT, I am not dismissing anything except your unwarranted broad claim of effectiveness for whatever ails a 50+-year-old. I am not saying anatabine doesn’t work for any disease of an over-active immune system—how would I know? No one knows. That’s for the controlled studies to reveal.

Justthinkin
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October 25, 2011 4:41 am
I’ll leave it at this: I said … being critical of the hyperbole of Patrick Cox and the like … the following: “This is good stuff, and likely really great stuff, but it won’t solve all the world’s problems. The company is likely a good investment, especially since the “tobacco curing” side of the company just dragged the pps way down, but really for buy/hold for the next several years. Anyone with doubts about that who is also, say, over 50 need only buy some of the product and try it. Then decide. That’s not a sales pitch … that’s… Read more »
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October 25, 2011 10:01 am

>>Anyone with doubts about that who is also, say, over 50 need only buy some of the product and try it.<<

There you go again. 😉

I rest my case.

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charles
October 25, 2011 5:33 am

have any studies done on this product for autism? I am not being facetious as my daughter is inflicted with this condition.I ask this question as if it can “cure” dementia a condition of the brain then it follows that it may do the same for autism.

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October 25, 2011 3:52 pm
Thanks for all the discussion on Anatabine . I would like to try it some day . I am 77 yrs old and currently being treated with Prednisone which truly is a miracle drug for recently diagnosed PMR polymyalgia Rhumatica. In 3 days i have gone from stiff as a board with many joints and muscels aching to being as limber and agile as you might expect from a 77 yr old. Great stuff. Best ant inflamitory drug out there. A few unwanted side effects such as rubber legs and diminishing eyesight but I will wait until full treatment finished… Read more »
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bigjohnboston
October 26, 2011 1:11 pm

I was prescribed Methylprednisolone in March of 2010 for 10 days and it worked
wonders on the arthritis in my spine.

I do not know the exact difference between Methylprednisolone and Prednisone but
I do know you can’t keep taking Methylprednisolone or you face serious – even deadly
side effects.

I’ve taken 4 Anatabloc lozenges a day since early September and the annoying back
pain I used to have with is 90% gone.

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Venture Shadow
October 26, 2011 11:59 pm

Polymyalgia rheumatica is specifically responsive to corticosteroids such as prednisone. This does not generalize to other conditions, and corticosteroids such as prednisone have their own substantial side-effects.

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waitaminit
October 25, 2011 4:08 pm

I hold shares–bought due to Cox. I tried the product for six weeks and now off for a while. I suffer from sore knees and inflamed Achilles. Wierd–as soon as I started on “ana” pain became more accute. Could be coincidence. Unfortunately, I also started on a product that helps release of human growth hormone at the same time, so I stopped both. Could be a conflict between supplements, so I will wait for a few weeks, then go back on “ana” without the HGH enhancer.
I guess I’m in the DD stage “justthinkin”.

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Tommy
October 25, 2011 4:41 pm

@ David
It would seem JT’s harmless claim of “Buy some and try it for yourself” would support his stock purchases all by itself. I searched on Amazon as the Gumshoe said to find some. IT’S $100 A BOTTLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not exactly a 9.99 supplement like most supplements are priced.
Won’t be running right out to “Try some” any time soon that’s for sure!!!

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waitaminit
October 25, 2011 5:11 pm

price does give one pause–should last 30-45 days, if you come off the recommended dosage a bit.

Brian
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Brian
October 25, 2011 6:12 pm

Cox has a track record that is simply awful. Many of his picks are in the dustbin of history. He was touting nano particles as the greatest invention of the century, and we all know how that went as did the nano stocks he recommended, Anabatine when and ‘if” it gets FDA approval might be worth an investment, for now it remains a pipe dream.

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October 25, 2011 7:02 pm
I would agree with the comment about adverse events becoming known only many years later. Most studies with meds are done on limited populations for finite amounts of time. Patients often remain on these meds for years, often having to combine them with other meds not tested together with each other. My son with Crohn’s disease has been on a variety of immunosuppressants over the years,was in one pediatric investigational study out of desperation. The med worked for him but we watched through the years as they gradually added more and more adverse events to the company’s website for the… Read more »
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bigjohnboston
October 26, 2011 1:13 pm

no need to get FDA approval. it is a food supplement – available now.

john
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john
October 25, 2011 7:43 pm
Mike..Oct 25 is correct. Cholesterol is the biggest pharmaceutical rip of last 40 years. It’s only one indication for ” possible” heart complications.. There are many other factors such as you CRP score.. Ask your doctor to give that test.. It’s more of an indication than Cholesterol.. It measures the amount of inflamation in your blood vessels. As long as your triglicerides are good and your HDL , Your LDL will have less of a factor on your score. My LDL is always around 130 and Doc and me decided it was hereditary.. No big deal..My HDL and Tri’s are… Read more »
Jon Loren
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Jon Loren
October 25, 2011 7:51 pm

What is is the Nutraceutical Patrick Cox is promoting ?

Thanks Jon

thefamilyman
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thefamilyman
November 19, 2011 5:23 am

Go to Anatabloc.com

John W
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John W
October 25, 2011 7:53 pm

Forget the stock, anything that actually reduces inflammation is what I want. But it is difficult to “experience” a reduction of inflammation directly. Aspirin reduces inflammation. Curcumin, extract of dirt cheep turmeric, is touted as, argue-able, the best anti-inflammatory nutraceutical. But I for one can never tell if curcumin is actually doing anything for/to me. So if this anatabine stuff is better, bring it on!

John W
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John W
October 25, 2011 7:59 pm

I want to add, this is an extract of nite-shade plants, and nite-shades are said to goose arthritis symptoms, so if one reacts to these plants (tomato, potato, tobacco, peppers, eggplant, etc) — aint it ironic that arithritis is an autoimmune disease of inflammation–
and if anatabine contains the same substances as nite-shades …um …..

John
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John
October 25, 2011 10:30 pm

David, I did my own “sleuthing” on PC’s sales material. I wrote to Patrick 2-3 monts ago to confirm that the stock he was marketing was CIGX. In my message I did ask if he knew of any published or about to be published studies, To date no reply.

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waitaminit
October 25, 2011 10:50 pm

That night shades thing is ringing bells for me. Maybe that’s the increased pain in my knees after I started the “ana”–thought it was tendanitis.
Like I said–we’ll see once I’m off for another week, I’ll start up again and see whether gets worse again. Also do a little research I suppose.

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blackjack
October 26, 2011 6:53 am

well its a stock and its about pumping and dumping – yes?
pharma stocks big pharma = top 5 grossing industries in the World
anyone can tweak lab results to make them show that its OK we only killed 50 rabbits so LD is acceptable to the FDA .

My understanding here is to eat tomatoes, smoke and drink read wine and pop an anti every few days.

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October 26, 2011 7:51 am
I own CIGX, and I think Mr. Cox is spot on with this investment. It tanked after the court ruling on the patient infringement. I take the product, it works. When you do the homework into the quality of institutions supporting the science you may want to get on the wagon. Speculative, yes……..don’t bet the farm, but a starting position should be considered. The John’s Hopkins / Flint study results will be a game changer with significant medical results from the study. The folks at Roskamp are not fools either. They have their own in house results, and have some… Read more »
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cookinaunt
February 12, 2012 6:56 pm
So are you taking the anatabloc or the cigrx? I’ve been trying to get more information on what the difference is between the two. You say you used it for a skin condition, what kind of condition. I’m thinking about purchasing one or the other to see if it will help a skin condition I have HS (Hidradenitis suppurativa) which there is no cure. Simply looking to minimize the flareups as it is very painful. If something like this did help I know of many that would be willing to try it….. Want to know more about the disease? http://hs-usa.org/hidradenitis_suppurativa.htm
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November 20, 2011 3:42 pm
I initially learned about Star Scientific (CIGX) from Patrick Cox on Breakthrough Technology Alert but did not invest at first. I took a small position at $1.67 on August 26th when the stock reacted negatively to the appeals court ruling. (I wish I had loaded up then!) I ordered Anatabloc a few days later when it first became available and started taking it. It only took 3 days on Anatabloc to subdue a skin condition that I’ve had for over 20 years. I stopped taking Anatabloc and in a few days the condition returned. I re-started the Anatabloc and in… Read more »
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Enid
February 4, 2012 12:15 pm

Delighted you published questions about Pat Cox’s claims about a miracle cure. Think I’ve made it onto every sucker list and got tired of LAST STOCK YOU WILL EVER NEED [may have screwed up the title, but you know what I mean.] Prefer to stick with less emotive promotions for oil and gas.
Enid

Enid
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Enid
February 4, 2012 12:17 pm

What did I miss?

Sagacious
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February 26, 2012 6:46 pm
I subscribe to Patrick Cox’s monthly advisory “Technology Profits” from Agora Publishing. I gave it second chance in spite of its lackluster results last year, because I felt that tech stocks were down in general and Cox’s research on each of his picks is extremely thorough, plus he has a flare for creating the impression of exciting prospects for cutting edge discoveries and developments. He is definitely honest in that he maintains the results of his picks in his portfolio, no matter how badly they may be faring. Currently he has twelve winners and seven losers, the winners averaging 25%… Read more »
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March 31, 2012 3:18 pm
I’ve been following the Star Scientific story for about a year. A couple months ago I began buying shares. Last week after Travis or somebody here noted that you can buy Anatabloc on Amazon, I checked it out there. The (5) reviews all rave about it. So I decided to give it a try. The day my order arrived–Monday the 26th–I was about 4 days into a bad cold: sore throat, stuffy nose, coughing, wheezing, aches and pains. By the next day, although I could and still can feel the cold, almost all of the symptoms were gone. I had… Read more »
Steven Fitch
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Steven Fitch
June 28, 2012 6:38 pm

Just to give some perspective, Anatabloc with a standing monthly reorder costs about as much as a half pack per day cigarette habit.

joseph gross M.D.
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August 11, 2012 4:48 pm

O.K. guys, I’m an 81 year old M.D. and serendipitously today came across both the Cox hypertrophic pitch for anatabloc AND the wise and witty gumshoe comments. I have written Star/Rock Creek to see if they are offering medical samples of their rather overpriced product. I will try/buy it in any case to see what effects it has on my bad hip arthritis, which a variety of products has only very partially ameliorated. Will keep y’all posted as the results appear (or not) in a couple of weeks.

aba8
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aba8
January 19, 2013 8:24 pm

How did it go?

Dylan C
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October 14, 2012 3:32 pm
I have had psoriasis for the past couple of years and feel like im beginning to devlope psoratic arthritus in my back. I tookHumira for over a year(developed neuropath) so i decided to give this a try. About a week into it at 4 pills a day my back feel signifcantly better but my neuropathy went frombeing fine to nearly out of control. I am afirad this medication has agreevated my neurpathy and will have to discontinue its just unbearable. Be weary of these products cause oyu never know how well your body will react.”looking forward to arguing with the… Read more »
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