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I wonder what Dr Moore's plans are. Was he not happy that it was not marketed properly and wanted to take control to get this product going?

 

Dr Tony Moore

Dr Tony Moore is a highly respected Plastic, Reconstructive, Cosmetic and Laser Surgeon and the senior partner of Adelaide Plastic Surgery Associates.

 

 

Tony completed most of his postgraduate degree in Plastic Surgery in Adelaide, with special involvement in the Women's and Children's Hospital's Craniofacial Unit. In 1985/86 he completed his training overseas, working at Mt Vernon Hospital, London in the UK and the Eppendorf Clinic in Hamburg, West Germany complementing an all round training with specialty interests in facial surgery and cosmetic surgery.

 

Tony is credited with the introduction of laser treatments into the Plastic Surgical curriculum in Australia giving regular lectures and running training courses. He is an invited Member of the Faculty of the World Association of Laser Therapists and is regularly invited to speak as guest Professor at International meetings.

 

His private practice is primarily in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery with a large component of laser and cosmetic surgery. He receives many consultations from Australia and overseas.

 

Tony has always embraced new technology with a keen interest in computers and using the Internet to expand the communication abilities of the medical profession with secure transfer of patient data, voice and video. He has been actively promoting the delivery of South Australian health-care expertise to regional Australia, with regular video clinics conducted from North Terrace to rural areas.

 

Tony makes frequent trips into Asia and the Middle East for both voluntary and educational reasons. His voluntary work at home has included managing patients brought to Australia by ROMAC. Rotary awarded him a Paul Harris Fellow in 2000.

Please click here to see the latest article about Dr Moore in SA Life - May 2009 ÃÆâ€â„¢ÃƒÆ’ƒÂ¢Ãƒ¢Ã¢Ã¢â€š¬Ã…¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚¬ÃƒÆ’…¡ÃƒÆ’â€Å¡Ãƒƒâہ¡ÃƒÆ’‚©SALife_May09_pg92.pdf

 

Professional Memberships include;

  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (F.R.A.C.S.).
  • Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  • American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery
  • International Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgeons
  • International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  • South Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Australian Academy of Medicine and Surgery

 

http://www.biotechdaily.com.au/media/backi...20April%203.pdf

 

April 2009

 

METABOLIC, POLYNOVO

Adelaide plastic surgeon Dr Tony Moore has acquired 19.81 percent of Metabolic and has

plans to rearrange the relationship with 60 percent subsidiary Polynovo.

On March 31, 2009 Franklyn Brazil resigned as a director and Brazil Farming has ceased

its substantial holding in Metabolic selling 45,492,701 shares (15.09%) for $1,819,708.04

or four cents a share.

Last night after the market closed, Dr Moore said he had become a substantial

shareholder in Metabolic with a holding of 59,713,219 shares or 19.81 percent of the

company.

All shares were acquired at the same time at four cents a share.

Dr Moore said he acquired the shares from other shareholders associated with Mr Brazil.

Mr Brazil's shareholding was believed to be among the shares used to prevent the

December acquisition of Polynovo from Xceed Capital and Commonwealth Scientific and

Industrial Research Organisation (BD: Nov 27, Dec 18, 2008), later approving the 60

percent controlling acquisition of Polynovo.

Polynovo chief executive officer Dr Ian Griffiths resigned unexpectedly in February (BD:

Feb 6, 2009).

Dr Moore confirmed that he had a long standing relationship Polynovo.

Asked about his intentions Dr Moore said "all will be revealed" in the coming days.

Two associates named in the substantial shareholder notice are JDV as custodian for

Entrust Investment and Entrust Funds Management.

Metabolic climbed 0.3 cents or 12 percent to 2.8 cents.

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Starting to turn now, looks a bit oversold now

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That Dr paid 4c for his big allotment, so it'll run at some stage he must have some big plans. Probably someone who needed to sell this was their last parcel, that's probably why they didn't want to run it yet (re the last announcement) one of the old holders was still selling out and the increased volume today could be the last part?
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Been awhile since the last announcement, could go for a trot again soon?
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A nice announcement today re Metabolic and Phosphagenics, now this definately sounds like it may hold some possibility of success, part of the problem metabolic had with it's trial of the fat pill was the delivery system I believe, this may just be the answer we are looking for, a transdermal cosmetic cream, no real costly trials as such, well not as costly as the previous human trials anyway, lets hope it works this time around!

 

 

I seem to recall that some of the problems metabolic found in it's human trial, was the fact that the gut was altering the compound,and renderering it useless to some degree, whereas in this transdermal application it will go directly to the affected areas,it doesn't have to travel through the digestive system, it is applied directly to the skin and because the size of the molecules are small enough to allow the cream to enter through the skin to reach the areas of fat that it is targetting,this has a better chance of success I believe.

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