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pick the next bio stock
post Posted: Aug 8 2013, 08:39 AM
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This looks like it may well be the first IPO in the Australian biotech space since April 2011: . The company (Regeneus) is in the process of commercialising adipose (from stomach fat) stem cell treatments for a variety of conditions in the human and veterinary markets.

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post Posted: Jul 27 2013, 10:02 AM
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In Reply To: dory's post @ Jun 24 2013, 06:03 PM

well bios running hot still, and punters still chasing the metals have been building some large holdings in neu,anp,isn,czd,oil and myx over the last few months and have got in on the ground floor , this was part of my plan when gold made a topping formation,

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In Reply To: dory's post @ Jun 22 2013, 10:22 AM

Nice gain today let's see if it has any legs

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Hi, have been trading a few bios over the last few months some nice gains with neu,isn, on the prowl for more, I like the look of neu the long base it has made ? and with the party over for gold is it time for bio's to shine I think so ???

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Have a look at bdm a cure for wet and dry amd diabetic renopathy and a laiv flu vaccine
for bird flu and flu partnered with nobilion. The CDC is carrying test for bird flu with laiv for gratis clinical tests due in november for eye pep. Worth a look but as usual Australian investment community shuns another biotech that could easily be worth over a $1 in 1 day
DYOR and l own some.

post Posted: Apr 20 2007, 08:39 PM
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Hi gang,

The following posts were first posted about Solagran on this topic back in September last year.

The second post has a link to an independent report that provides a very good background as well as check against achievements.

Since then the stock as increased in value by around 400%

I believe that the company is still undervalued and that more growth in the market cap of the company will occur. We are currently seeing this company being rerated. I had a stab at some valuations for the company and came up with a value, on some conservative estimates, of approx $4-$6 per share when Ropren is registered. See this post:

Even if you treat these valuations as exuberance the assumptions are fairly conservative and so a share price of $2-$3 in my view is easily achievable. Now of course you should not take anything I say as gospel and you should do your own research, however it is my firm belief that there is more gains to be had and that the rerating of Solagran has not finished yet. So while this topic is about the next bio, I thought that I should point out the potential opportunities in a bio currently making the transition to a growth stock, in my opinion of course.

As always do your own research.

Cheers Charles
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post Posted: Feb 6 2007, 09:29 AM
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The Australian gives its Bio picks :,00.html

post Posted: Feb 6 2007, 09:21 AM
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In reply to: ejgee on Tuesday 06/02/07 08:45am

I thought PRR was at stage IIa only for CVac ovarian cancer. You aware NRT part way through stage III in their ovarian cancer combo trial?


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In reply to: ejgee on Tuesday 06/02/07 08:45am

Lots of us already long upto our ears in the next biostock...and enjoying the ride smile.gif

We plant the seed, nature grows the seed, then, we eat the seed
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PRR is probably the furthesr to human acceptance & does'nt get a mention
"Why is this so?"
regards ejgee


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