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CUV, CLINUVEL PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED
Ozdronetech
post Posted: Yesterday, 12:03 PM
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Sorry about being so negative all the time but the decades spent on this safe and effective skin cancer preventing drug (for starters) is outrageous.

Ive had the feeling for some time now (especially since FDA approval) that a scandal on just about every level is happening before our eyes.

Not talking about all these abnormalities and strange things that have been going on for so long now isn’t going to help anyone is it?? (other than the shifty ones perpetrating alleged scandal) or make them all go away.

A spotlight must be shone onto these issues!

 
Ozdronetech
post Posted: Yesterday, 11:44 AM
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If the coming OTC contains trace amounts of Afamelanotide it will herald a new era and prove that the authorities are loosening their iron grip on the tanning drug.

Logic, common sense and a parting from their toxic suncream mates had to happen at some stage.

Their obvious biases that have ruined Scenesse progress over the decades are becoming an embarrassment and as more become enlightened (in regards to Scenesse potential to protect and heal) a serious liability.

It will be asked one day: what exactly was it that you people were so concerned about in light of no evidence at all of any safety issues? What financial ties did you have to the suncream industry over the years?

If no Afamelanotide in OTC then the glacial lock down and out, ignorance and fraud continues on unabated till one of these other indications can force full acceptance of the benign skin tanning drug sometime over the next 4-5 more years down this beaten, boring and rather familiar old track.

Shorters know something to be so confidently risking 10s 100.s millions here! mad.gif

Betting so heavily against a proven safe and effective drug with multiple billion dollar markets is insane unless your privy to a significant amount of explicit information no??

 
Ozdronetech
post Posted: Dec 2 2020, 01:05 PM
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Scenesse: always was, always will be a skin tanning drug with the game changing ability to safely and naturally photo protect skin on an unheard of level and in doing so preventing skin damage, reversing existing damage and preventing skin cancer!

Firstly: failed by overly paternalistic, ignorant, biased and fraudulent toxic suncream industry partnering and loving regulators!

Secondly: failed by impotent, fearful of further damaging regulatory repercussions, seemingly happy sitting back on fat salaries letting the safest of drugs do all the work while treating long term shareholders like garbage, management!

The “glacial progress of a safe and effective drug” double whammy!

No doubt this great drug will make its way to the top of pharmaceutical circles one day. Hopefully it will be clearly noted exactly who and for what reason it was, that those with the power at the time to fast track the safe cancer preventative dug, literally rejected and resisted it for nefarious reasons to the bitter end.
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“fraudulent toxic suncream loving regulators! “

(Having close ties and a financial relationship with sunscreen pharma whilst in judgment of their rising competition is a blatant conflict of interest that (some might allege) has significantly affected the time it’s taken to reach a “lock down” approval of such a safe and much needed drug.)

 
Ozdronetech
post Posted: Nov 30 2020, 11:29 AM
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Seems the XP story (intentionality without mentioning Scenesse potential ) is being promoted throughout the entire media by someone for a purpose

If even one reporter from the various media organisations championing the story right now spent 2 minutes looking into the “1 in a million condition” surely one would have mentioned the possibility of a remedy on the cards hopefully this century.

7 news Sydney did mention that it was going to cost the family at least $80,000 to build a enclosed area for the kid to play in.

 
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post Posted: Nov 30 2020, 12:45 AM
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Sunday night NBN news segment concerning young child with the 1 in a million condition XP.

“Committed family and friends have launched a fundraising effort to build a backyard stadium where he can safely play at anytime of the day.”

Experts advised family that it’s “either quantity or quality of life.”

No mention of Scenesse!

Coincidentally (or was it??) the following story was about a Alzheimer’s disease test thats potentially just 2 years away. stun.gif



 
seeva222
post Posted: Nov 22 2020, 04:37 AM
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One from Sharetease:

From what we know now 7.5 BN market cap is at the lower part of the spectrum in my view.
At the end of 2021 with all the first news from those trials out including that nr VI indication and OTC launched we could be worth North of that already. PW has known this a long time ago. WB and PW will make a lot of sh into millionaires and themselves into billionaires. I really hope scenesse manages to improve outcomes for xp patients. This drug platform is going to save lives, improve sun related skin damage and become part of any household's medication stock. Cuv is no longer a biotech with some ongoing trials or a one trick pony biotech. It is a diversified and vertically integrated pharmaceutical company with a profitable and globally distributed first-off commercial product. Scenesse can become the 21st century aspirine, clinuvel can become the apple computer of cosmetics and pharma. Peter Thiel and Sean Parker had understood a long time ago. Only showstopper can be a take over. Nobody will want to sell under 7.5 BN aud until 2022. After that and if all goes well the mega pharma and cosmetics suitor might need double digit BN aud. I wouldn't mind at that stage as long as the strategy is kept. These product lines should stay available for all.

 


Ozdronetech
post Posted: Nov 22 2020, 01:40 AM
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In Reply To: paul jackson's post @ Nov 22 2020, 12:18 AM

BS or not, if the speculation is right or wrong let’s hope we find out some definitive answers to this great mystery early in 2021. The more I learn about Afamelanotide and Scenesse the more questions I have.

Bringing out OTC Afamelanotide laced lotion even at minuscule levels would surely leave everyone scratching their heads wondering what the F all the fuss, resistance and BS was all about over the past 2 decades. It makes little sense (safety had to be and was eventually proven I guess- why don’t toxic suncream ingredients suffer the same scrutiny??) but for Clinuvel to bring out some kind of suncream without the skin tanning molecule would also make no sense to me.

3 things that I’m sure we can all agree on (even most regulators it would seem) would have to be:

Scenesse is even better than extremely safe: first class prophylactic and therapeutic.

Scenesse is life changingly effective.

Scenesse is a very rare blockbuster (in 2020 nobody knows about still) that will one day be one of the most widely used drugs, bringing groundbreaking results in multiple areas of medicine, saving millions from disease, further injury and death.

 
paul jackson
post Posted: Nov 22 2020, 12:18 AM
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In Reply To: Ozdronetech's post @ Nov 21 2020, 03:29 PM

The OTC product scheduled for launch in 2021 will have a very difficult time breaking through on the market IMO. That one does not produce a tan. I'm not sure if they are just trying to get their feet wet in
OTC distribution or not with that product. It's the later OTC products that would tan.

My optimism for the company is very long term - but I'm not excited about the first OTC launch. They can market it as a DNA protectant, but again, how are you going to break through all the sunscreen product claims that are on the market with that first product?

A lot of folks I know don't even wear sunscreen.

An OTC product that tans the skin, producing BOTH a skin protectant AND a tan would be a blockbuster. When that arrives, who knows.

The speculation I read that the first OTC product tans is just BS. Later versions, but not in 2021.

 
Ozdronetech
post Posted: Nov 21 2020, 03:29 PM
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FFIW, 15 years of constant Afamelanotide/MT2 experimentation (that frustratingly continues to this very day) along side scores of others experimenters over that time

(with varying degrees of success due to fellow experimenters limited understanding of the drug, the level of effort needed to enable success and the tedious processes involved)

has emphatically revealed to me that you can use micro amounts of this drug to produce a light natural skin tan that even with plenty of sunlight exposure it remains light.

(High level of MT2 (16mg implant level) combined with a couple hours sunlight over 3-4 days and your skin tan is extreme brown (I’ve seen black).

This light tan could easily be considered cosmetic simply because, even though it 100% systemically stimulates the natural skin tan the photo protective qualities are on a extremely low level when compared to implant and sunburn is definitely possible at these low levels.

If I ever overexposed myself to the point of sunburn I’d just take multiple small doses over 3-4 days and I swear to you all that even though the sunburn was at times very red: my skin never peeled. 15 years ago (pre MT2) it would have peeled severely and the tan would have completely gone along with it.

Consider different densities of shade cloth for a dodgy analogy. Minimal screening of UV for light tan to absolute blockout of UV via extreme dark tan.

16 mg has proven itself long term (multiple decades) to be ultra safe, so you’d have to think that significantly smaller amounts used over a longer timeframe might possibly be so insignificant that it could satisfy the OTC regulations.

Why the hell not? Toxic, ineffective, endocrine disrupting chemical suncreams enter the bloodstream and they flog that garbage OTC.


When you take large amounts of Afamelanotide (16mg implant ) your photo protection level is literally bulletproof.


Long story short. I felt the incredible power of the drug when first experimenting 2005. 2 daily injections above the knee caps so any bruising was inconspicuous over approx 21 days (moles facial hair pitch black) then out into 40 degree heat for at least 4 hours straight. I have to admit I was extremely worried but I needn’t have been as there were no signs of overexposure only a deep brown tan.

Afamelanotide/MT2 was most definitely a life changing experience. Can only imagine what EPP sufferers must experience when they feel full summer sunlight on their skin

Seriously If Clinuvel have spent multiple decades developing these molecules for systemic boosting of the natural tanning system and they end up turning out some kind of dopey garbage suncream it will be a complete laughable disaster for us all.

The safety is indisputable, the efficacy is undeniable, the therapeutic value is ridiculous! 2021 Clinuvel reveals itself fully and steps out from the shadows! cool.gif

 
paul jackson
post Posted: Nov 19 2020, 10:31 AM
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I really like the much improved tone of the Chairman in today's Chair Letter. Much, much better tone.

I hope the Company is as aggressive in 2021 as the Chair indicates. 17 years is a long wait.

And for what it's worth, the pitcher / catcher American baseball analogy in the letter was quite a surprise. If it
was an American company, it wouldn't have been.

Let's get cracking, CUV biggrin.gif

 
 


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