I agree with you, Tim's after a Nobel Prize. He wants to make history at all costs.
When am finally made King, there will be no glory in his sacrifice. I will erase even the memory of Sar from the histories! Every piece of medical parchment shall be burned. Every investor, and every Tim wannabe shall have their eyes pulled out, and their tongues cut from their mouths. Why, uttering the very name of Ssr, or Tim, will be punishable by death! The world will never know this share existed at all!
spreads will be done because money markets are not sure which way price will go, in addition investors may have stop losses whether that is to go long or short. personally I would not to want to run short on this share as news may come at any time. The share may well drop slightly lower but at the same time may go an awful lot higher, Traders may well buy many shares and for example put a stop loss in whether higher or lower typically 10 to 20 percent. A broker does not want to end up with lots of shares they cannot sell. A wide spread will always exist when money markets are uncertain. on opening markets spread is always high yhen will narrow, Yes I am a bit piddled with this share. Have bought as high as 2.1 p and as low as 0.45. But have faith what will be in long term, Regards and all the best with your invesments
Nearly 9 months later still all quite although all in the release mention progressing this as quickly as possibly. Maybe because of the amount of drugs it can treat things will take longer. "The developers of the programme believe the candidate CHK1 inhibitor to be developed could potentially treat a range of cancers including pancreatic, bowel and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in combination with DNA-damaging chemotherapy drugs and radiotherapy. The inhibitor could also potentially treat certain neuroblastoma and acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) types when dosed alone."
The press release title does state "development of drugs" Let's hope, as Hopkirk mentioned, a milestone payment is paid upon phase I trial starting. Even if no payment, the media coverage should provide a SP increase, and let's remember Sareum is effectively 2 people! A great story of 2 British scientists...WHEN it happens.
SHIJIAZHUANG: The care problems of Zhang Lanzhu, 84, were solved when he was sent to a united elderly nursing center, which has special medical staff to take care of him. Zhang, once a farmer in Hebei Province, has a son and a daughter. His wife died many years ago. The son works in Beijing and the daughter is married, so he was left alone at home. The Longrl elderly service center where Zhang lives and a nearby affiliated hospital were founded in July last year by Li Zhongmin, general manger of Hengshui Longrl Technology Industrial Co., Ltd, a private lighting equipment producer. The center and hospital solves both the nursing and medical needs of many seniors. It is a new model being explored to help the huge aging population. “The center can host 180 elders. Construction of a second phase will start in July with 140 more beds,” said Li. The population at or above 60 years of age hit 202 million in China by the end of 2013, 15 percent of the population. The figure is expected to exceed 300 million by 2025. Two thirds of them live with illness, and more than 36 million of them are unable, to some extent,to take care of themselves in daily life. By 2020, the country will have an improved system covering daily attendance, medical care, psychological counseling and emergency aid, according to the central government plan unveiled in September. The combination of healthcare and elderly services is one of the targets. Current elders services are far from meeting their demands. “Nursing centers cannot meet the medical and nursing service demand. Few medical institutions have entered the field,” said Guo Shuqin, president of the Baoding No.1 Central Hospital. “An integrated model of elderly nursing and healthcare should be explored.” The new model has gained popularity. An elderly care center affiliated to the Jinzhou Workers’ Hospital in Jinzhou City, Hebei, is full and cannot meet market demand, according to Wu Dianhua, owner of the private hospital and elders center. “I plan to purchase six hectares of land to build new hospital and care facilities with a capacity of 700,” said Wu. The new model is being promoted in other regions, including Jiangsu Province and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. “Hospitals and private investors should be encouraged to participate in the promotion of the new model,” said Duan Huijun, vice president of Hebei Medical University. To prepare for the care boom, the government should provide more supporting policies in land use, taxation and financing, said Li Zhongmin, who complains about difficulty he faces in getting bank loans.
Would they let Tim chair this when according to the website: ON Helix is a one day event aimed at informing delegates of how to turn early stage inventions and ideas into innovative health treatments (new medicines, novel biomarkers, useful medical devices or improved medical practices).
His track record as far as we know is just speculative. He hasn't turned anything into innovative health treatments... Or has he..
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