As well as the Danny Fortson 'One for the brave' article in the Sunday Times, which might well lead to further interest in RENE from PIs, there is also an excellent article in the same paper written by Neil Woodford under his own byline extolling the virtue of his patient investing model which almost cost him his job when he did not chase the dot com bubble but which instead strengthened his reputation for investing long-term in small companies which in his view have the potential to make a… Read More
The reason why I have taken a bet here is because of the potential it offers. Any research that offers disruptive technology or a new way to treat a certain disease or ailment where the technology can be commercialised can sometimes give several hundred percent return on an investment very quickly.
This may or may not happen with RENE. There is a lot of risk here. So this why RENE as an investment is "not for widows and orphans" as the ST article implied.
"Professor Keith Muir, SINAPSE Professor of Clinical Imaging, Division of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Glasgow, and Principal Investigator of the PISCES study, said:
"We continue to be both pleased and encouraged by the data from the PISCES study. The long term follow-up data continue to demonstrate the safety and tolerability of the CTX treatment. The evidence of functional improvement warrant further investigation and, in this regard, we are delighted to… Read More
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