Does anyone know the leading company Matt McCall is pitching specific to CRISPR Cas9 genetic testing? Apparently this one entity has the IP where their technology must be licensed for others to use their testing platform.
Aside from the tiny minority of people who can actually say what each of those initials stand for, we can divide the populace into two groups – those who specifically know that CRISPR is a tool used in gene editing and those who know (or figure) that it’s a highly promising but exceedingly complex technique […]
It’s not as though the pandemic has cleared the decks of all other health-related issues. I’m sorry to report that people still have heart attacks, strokes, and cancer as well as all the plethora of other ailments, diseases, and conditions that affect our species. For example, I was thinking of putting in a […]
What’s the stock pumped by Money Morning that says “Jeff’s new CRISPR potential cure for blindness“ ? Anyone know?
Please indulge Doc Gumshoe while he presents his musings on what’s going on in general in the health-care arena, and in particular, which new drugs are getting the FDA blessing and why, as well as which ones are getting the short straw. My impressions and conclusions are in some cases only loosely based on […]
“CRISPR” is the word in the headline that signals that the piece is going to be about gene editing. Doc Gumshoe did not want to put that word – actually, it’s not really a word, but an acronym – in the title of this piece because gene editing is a whole lot more than […]
I’ve gotten a big pile of questions about the latest teaser pitch from Jeff Brown, who is now taking credit for the rise of the CRISPR stocks and sees another big surge coming. And for what it’s worth, he was one of the early newsletter guys promoting the three primary CRISPR stocks a few years […]
This article was originally published on November 5, 2018, we’re getting lots of questions so we’re popping it to the top of the page for you but it has not been updated or revised — the ad being covered appears to be almost identical to the ad that was running in the fall of 2018. […]
Let’s lead off with a news item that Doc Gumshoe, despite his widely-acknowledged acumen, could not manage to figure out in the least. It took an Op Ed in the N Y Times to sweep the cobwebs out of his noggin. The news item was this: children born in the month of August […]
Most of the attention in the media is now focused on the several forms of cancer treatment grouped under the flattering term “Precision Medicine.” I find that the term raises my skepticism index just a bit; it’s like eating establishments labeling themselves “Gourmet Restaurants,” the implication being that joints not so identified are just […]
Here’s a bit from the email that Matt McCall sent out introducing his lastest teaser ad: “When it comes down to it, there are really just three ways to get truly rich in the stock market. You can put thousands into the market every year, hold for decades, and retire with a fortune. You can […]
The article below was originally published on November 27, 2017, when Jeff Brown’s ads promoting the “God Key” started to show up in our inboxes. It has not been updated or revised, but the new versions of the ad from Brown are very similar to the ones we covered in November, including the description of […]
Jason Stutman has a teaser pitch going around for his Technology & Opportunity newsletter (currently $99), and the bait for us is that he’s promising a company that will get you rich as Monsanto dies. Lots of folks have a deep hatred for Monsanto, of course, both because of anti-GMO fear and Roundup resistance/overuse/drift/cancer risk […]
Fear Of Missing Out is such a big deal that it gets its own acronym in my book (FOMO — and a clever FOMO-fueling website here), and it drives investors to take huge chances just so they don’t have to worry about missing a chance at stupendous gains. That’s what many newsletter ads use to […]
[ed. note: Michael Jorrin, who I call “Doc Gumshoe,” writes for us a couple times a month on health and medical issues — he is a longtime medical writer (not a doctor), he chooses his own topics, and his past articles can be found here.] Flub Number One is the puncture of the “female Viagra” […]