By Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe, November 24, 2009
15 Comments on "“The One Company that Defeats Cancer … and Terrorism Too”"
I was playing detective to track down this company myself when a Google search spat out your good article.
A quick look at this chart points to why Oxford decided to brush this article off and spam it again.
VAR, appears cheap again to me. Consistently rising earnings and falling ratios.
I am first time reader and wonder if you can track down OxfordClub’s newest email concerning a “single shot” Cure for Heat Disease by a tiny company in San Diego. It was tested at Tulane Medical Center. Can you track down this small Bio-Med Company?
I am retired.I lost most of my retirement money in the last three years. [spent some of it ,too]. I don’t want to go near the market in any strong way ever again!! I do have some inherited money coming soon and would like to invest in a stock or two periodically. I don’t have any experience in investing on my own. [my “professional” lost all my other money] How do I start on my own ? I don’t want to screw up but I worry that I don’t know enough to do things right.
folks, is this Sweden deal old news ? If not, could it be considered a groundbreaking (share price shooting) deal ?
I wouldn't buy this stock. Since 2010 over 250,000 shares have been "sold". The CEO, CFO, and just a week ago the Corp VP and Pres of Xray products just unloaded 20,000 shares. They've been selling this stock since 2007 and have never bought. My source is Insidercow.com
CyberKnife radiosurgery — which uses narrow beams of radiation to kill several types of cancer — is marketed as a less invasive, more convenient way to treat prostate cancer, a pitch that has proved convincing for about 3,000 men over the last six years.source florida radiation oncology http://www.sfrollc.com
1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer each year. And more than 1,500 people in the U.S. die from it every day.
“But this one company is doing something about it. No… not a biotech company hoping to make it through Phase III trials, but rather a medical technology firm whose products are actually killing cancer tumors right now in hundreds of hospitals around the world.source florida radiation oncology http://www.sfrollc.com