Dignan - do something useful

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Dignan - do something useful

Postby bromley » Wed Nov 14, 2007 3:32 pm


You've gone very quiet of late which worries me - late night drinking? Lap-dancing clubs?

I have found some interesting publications. The only trouble - $6,000 each. But you're Canadian - an American with a nicer accent - and, no doubt, well off. Alright, the girls aren't as pretty in Canada (Celine Dion!), but there's cleaner air up there. To give you something to do during the Winter months (we have lots of theatres etc in London), we would all be grateful if you could dip into your savings and buy one of these publications. If you are having girlfriend trouble, I'm more than happy to provide advice if you need any - just PM me.


http://c.moreover.com/click/here.pl?j11 ... 1&w=464753

http://www.medpredict.com/website/Displ ... 6&sc=SCAT2
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Postby dignan » Wed Nov 14, 2007 6:47 pm

To answer your questions: sometimes yes, and no, never. I don't know what I'd do in a theatre in the winter, I hear the skiing isn't very good in theatres.

I tried to buy the $6000 report, but you changed your credit card info, so I just looked through the list of substances in one of the links you provided. I saw one drug that isn't preclinical that wasn't on the pipeline list - it is now - R3477 by Roche and Actelion. Looks like it targets S1P1, similar to FTY720 in some way.

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