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nipper
post Posted: Aug 31 2021, 01:17 PM
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In Reply To: paul jackson's post @ Aug 12 2021, 11:49 PM

just for the sake of sentimentality ...

CUV is the top performer today, up 10%, and over $37 a share.





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paul jackson
post Posted: Aug 12 2021, 11:49 PM
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With regards to Fisher's latest topical research (below), here is the study from the journal Cell for all you budding scientists out there:

https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(21)00757-1

 
paul jackson
post Posted: Aug 12 2021, 11:32 PM
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Topical competition still far away IMO, but Fisher is still working on it:

https://www.healio.com/news/dermatology/202...nt-skin-cancers

3...2...1... before a certain someone across the street posts it as their own find. You know, that guy who posts nonstop and needs to get out of the house for once.


 
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Looks like shorters paid a little more for less today. Let’s see if we can do it again tomorrow.

HOLD

 
macgyver
post Posted: Jul 14 2021, 10:47 AM
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In Reply To: oystercatcher's post @ Jul 14 2021, 08:16 AM

What a load of rubbish from the bird. Thankfully 99% of punters will see through that conspiracy theory.

 
oystercatcher
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The shorters are moving the share price down at the moment to buy back in before Clinuvel releases their results. They are after our closely held “long”shares yet again. The churn of negative comments by the supposedly highly educated posters looks like a scraped script from Home and Away at times. Posters turn on one another to try and gain credibility with visiting readers who have accidentally stumbled on the site that puts itself up as a well researched site? Yes as stated below these posters were on this site before having to created their own site because of the rubbish some were posting here. Surely not all the posters on the site are small time shorters or hedge fund employees but mum and dad day share traders hoping to ride the shirt tails of these clowns. Imagine what it is like to be one of these shorter dudes. Always looking for a way to distort creditable information and data to seed doubt to gain tightly held shares. Then pumping in positive information when they are selling your shares lent to them by brokers to increase their short position. The graphs on Shortman reveal a pattern between their posts and the amount being shortered. Don’t sell, be long not short, long is better lol.

HOLD

 


paul jackson
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If you're so smart, you would have not been outfoxed by this management team. They played the likes of your ilk like a fiddle with the newsletters and such.

You're two steps behind.

Is the share price $80 like your hero poster said it would be?

Smart money can read the tea leaves.

The rest whine on forums. How empty your world must be.


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oystercatcher
post Posted: May 31 2021, 08:10 PM
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Lol

You really need to question why it is so important for dude to come over to other forums to bag sites and posters.

This guy puts himself up as mr fixer. What a joke.

It’s clear they are buying back in at your expense.

Don’t sell, if you can.

Hold








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macgyver
post Posted: May 29 2021, 04:18 PM
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This site sucks, not least of all because Zodiac1, oystercatcher and now Paul Jackson (?) are here. There's no way in hell oystercatcher would've been asked to come over to Sharetease. Can't even contribute one skerrick of research or insight here let alone bring anything of worth over to Sharetease. Hilarious.


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Dr Wally
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Mr. DĂĽrr: I am a patient and therefore a user of afamelanotide. I am now 51 years old. I had to hide in the dark for so many years because I just couldn't get into the light.

We have to be clear: it's about the light, not the warmth. That means, even at minus 10 degrees, when the sun shines it hurts me. It just hurts my skin, it makes me terrible Pain. If you overdo it, you lie in the dark for two or three days, you cool off the hands, the face, you don't know how to suppress the pain in any way.

It's been a completely different life since I've been treated with afamelanotide.

Otherwise you can do that not introduce. You can do things that you could never have done in the light. I can with mine Family go shopping, ***I can do anything a normal person does.*** I can mine Coming to work, I can do my work, even though I have a job as a teenager chose inside.

It would be unthinkable to do a job that you can somehow use sunlight should have done. So, as I said, it's a completely different life for me. I do not want it miss more. I live near Stuttgart, I always go to Zurich to see Ms. Anna Minder.

These are for I really do quite a long trip, especially now, for example, in the time of the corona pandemic. Traveling to Switzerland is not that great now, nor is it that easy. It costs too. As I said, you have to get up pretty early. If you want to keep the appointment at 10 a.m. in Zurich, you leave at 5 a.m. It's a 500km round trip. I have to still make additional payments of 80 francs per implant. ***I have to take a vacation for this.*** Do that I like everything very much, I don't care about anything, the main thing is that I get the medication and can my life Go on living as in the last four or five years.

I am now in my fifth year of treatment. Like me enjoy this life meanwhile! As I said, I am only a layman, I can only describe it to you in an amateur manner. With all the medical things, I can't follow some things, but off

https://groups.google.com/g/clinuvel/c/Zsg-3zshtvk



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Whomever said that sunburn WASNT linked directly to the formation of skin cancer was a fool and a complete fraud. This first class fraud has set back Clinuvels photo protective skin tanning drug a good decade and helped significantly the toxic suncream industry continue to thrive and further perpetrate this outdated deadly lie for profit.

The truth will be revealed one day soon won’t it PW??

2020. Year of the germ!
 
 


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