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On MicroCap Conference, Essex House, New York City, October 5, 2017

Ugh. For a primer on Greenblatt: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-met-greenblatt-final-version-20130922-story.html[...]

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On Oncotutorial

I remember my late father proudly sporting a big lapel button about the shingles study he was participating in, maybe 15 years ago. Cheerful, conscientious, observant, and voluble, I bet he was a much-appreciated subject. The button must have been an ef[...]

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On Oncotutorial

Best to be skeptical of 'news' sites like this. In fact this is not news at all, but paid promotion. (Not that most 'coverage' from most analysts is really objective either!) [...]

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On Oncotutorial

Please post up about the book on the 'Biotech Bookshelf' area here at SG! At least a few people peruse it.[...]

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On Oncotutorial

BTW it looks like my post above is 'nested' as a reply to mist's post about $ZFGN, which is certainly not what I intended. Too late to edit or delete it though.[...]

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On Oncotutorial

I've been traveling and busy and couldn't keep up with the forum here...now I see that may have been a good thing. : - I would hope there is nothing going on here that cool heads and cold drinks couldn't smooth over. Anyway, I'm really posting to [...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

I am about 3/4 of the way through 'The Undoing Project' myself, and also have been thinking 'hmm, this is something KSS and the gummies would appreciate!'[...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

np $PTN Likewise gave a thumbs-up to cancel out the TD. TDing just because you don't like what someone is saying is childish. If we are going to be honest with ourselves as well as each other (and if not, what are we doing here?), we have to accep[...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

Sorry for the bad link, this should work better. https://t.co/QT5P4jOjDy And for the person who already thought to give me a 'thumbs-down'...honi soit qui mal y pense.[...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

This probably belongs in the 'Biotech Bookshelf' discussion (which you are welcome to join!) but I think it's timely enough to include here. 'The Death of Expertise' is a recent book by Tom Nichols, a historian and professor at the Navy War College, a f[...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

Welcome rmw. I am sure I speak for many when I say: that is a remarkable introduction and perspective to bring to the group![...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

Really? Cleveland, whatever your mood may be, I really don't think you want to continue this sniping at other members-in-good-standing here. If KSS has a problem with Lin_ling's postings elsewhere he can certainly take them up with her directly, but he[...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

$NP but...reading and research! As it's the weekend, I hope this is a good time to divert from the tickers and invite everyone to read and (maybe?) contribute to the side-discussion I started some time ago, The Biotech Bookshelf: https://www.stockgum[...]

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On Long Idea of the Year

Our family car for several years when I was young was a 1959 or so Peugeot 303 wagon, dark blue. This was regarded as a very reliable car in much of the world, particularly Francophone Africa where it continued to be sold for many years. My mother said [...]

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On Microblog: Discussion re $ARTH

Now now everyone, things are getting a bit heated and that's contrary to our goals here. Remember, we all want the same things: to crush our enemies, see them driven before us, and hear the lamentation of their women. Oh, sorry...thats from my othe[...]

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On Microblog: Discussion re $ARTH

Magbio: welcome to the Gummune. Good research and questions. I did a great deal of homework on Dhillon back in 2015, and posted it, but it's way back in this thread. Like you, I found enough to give me a great deal of pause. You have found part of[...]

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On Quickster: Update on Corbus

Alethos anesti![...]

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On Quickster: Update on Corbus

$ARTH small position, selling most :- ( Good detective work, Allison, and Lannas. It actually looks worse to me. Not just Arch but two other companies that Dr Avtar Dhillon is a principal in were also part of this paid promotion scheme, Oncosec ($[...]

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On Quickster: Update on Corbus

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On Quickster: Update on Corbus

Here's some background on the case. The child is an 8 month old baby, one of perhaps only 16, worldwide, afflicted with this variant of mitochondrial disease. It has affected his brain and he is only able to breathe via ventilator. He may not be able t[...]

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