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Author Topic: Forbes magazine article about Kronos experimental drug seeking investment  (Read 1957 times)

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Offline buginme2

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Not sure if this will work as I am on my phone, but just came across an article on Forbes.com about the Kronos experimental drug and how the company is looking for investors to begin clinical trials.  Thought I would share.

http://mobile.forbes.com/webkit/index.php#_home

Don't be fancy, just get dancey

Offline buginme2

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Sorry I don't think that worked, damn Iphone.  Anyway its at forbes.com in the business section.

The sure do throw around the cure word a lot for an unproven drug. 
Don't be fancy, just get dancey

Offline jeezx

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link : http://blogs.forbes.com/kerryadolan/2011/06/13/with-koronis-is-a-cure-for-hiv-on-the-horizon/

"One scenario she paints: that the Koronis drug be given in combination with an existing drug like Atripla and ďafter a year or so, the viruses could be mutated out of existence and the patients could achieve a cure

...

 Itís way too early to say for sure that the Koronis drug is the route to that cure. But until it undergoes further tests, itís too early to rule it out as well.
"

well its always fun reading cure-related news.
a functional cure sure would help us a lot, but viral-eradication is really what im hoping for. it will mean this will  be completely behind us (except for some good/bad memories..).

anyway i hope they get the money.

 


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