JG I have been invested here for about 3 years now and have observed that you are a well informed person on medical matters so I was wondering if you know of a cure for my persistence in always investing in the wrong shares?
It is theoretically possible to cure cancer. The immune system has it's own mechanisms for doing this rather well.
However the body can develop faults, lose genes that provide protection, a virus can reprogram genetic codes, growth genes can get stuck on, death genes can get stuck off. Chemo may kill everything - but fix the root cause and the cancer will die. Gene therapy and immuno-assistance therapies have a bright future.
johngilchrist, you say everything is going well, how do you know this.? This BOD tells us nothing except regurgitated words from months and years now back. The honest answer is we don't know if it works, do we.
Some comments on curing cancer. Speaking with little knowledge here and open to correction. I am and was of the opinion that you cant cure cancer as such, that the body has a certain amount in it anyway. Treatment if successful stops it in that organ etc thats affected . Problem is the pain & suffering of the treatment. If Valirx compounds are only half successful there has to be a reasonable value on them when you take into account all the pain in other treatments. SP trading is very questionable. There's always someone there to buy the shares no mater how low we go. Funny when any time it starts to move north there seems to be some one there to off load.
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