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  • The Life Sciences Report - The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM)'s mission is to advance regenerative medicine by representing, supporting and engaging all stakeholders in the field, including companies, academic research institutions, patient advocacy groups, foundations, health insurers, financial institutions and other organizations.Based in Washington, D.C., ARM is a global advocacy organization that promotes legislative, regulatory, reimbursement, investment, technical and other initiatives to accelerate the development of safe and effective regenerative medicine technologies. ARM also works to increase public understanding of the field and its potential to transform human healthcare. “ For the past several years, The Life Sciences Report (TLSR) has served as a major proponent of the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) and our members. Their unique formula for reaching investors, both institutional and retail, via in-depth interviews, has helped educate the investor community and propel growth in the regenerative medicine sector. We feel TLSR's commitment to quality content is a constant consideration in everything they do, and their combination of information and insight is a unique feature not found anywhere else. We value our continued partnership with TLSR, proudly support their activities and greatly appreciate their on-going endorsement of ARM and our members. ” —Alliance for Regenerative Medicine
  • The Life Sciences Report - Neurotechnology Industry Organization is a global trade association representing companies involved in neuroscience (drugs, software, device, diagnostics), brain research institutes and patient advocacy groups.
  • Exploring Solutions to Healthcares Spending Crisis - Rising healthcare costs continue to preoccupy providers, patients, politicians and investors. Some cost increases stem from inefficiencies in the medical system, some from social and demographic trends, and others are a function of profit motives on the part of insurers and a few drug companies. In this article for The Life Sciences Report, Dr. Len Yaffe of Stoc*Doc Partners reviews the issues and proposes some cures.
  • Analysts Keep Focus on DURECTs DUR-928 - The FDA's recent Complete Response Letter for Remoxy, which is licensed by DURECT to Pain Therapeutics, has not changed the view of several analysts who follow DURECT. They are focused on DUR-928 for NASH and impaired kidney function, indications that are of great interest to Big Pharma.
  • Viveves Treatment for Improving Womens Sexual Function May Leapfrog the Competition [VIVE] - Private-pay aesthetic procedures constitute a trend in medical devices, according to Anthony Vendetti, Director of Research at Maxim Group. These nonreimbursable types of procedures have seen rapid growth in the past decade. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Vendetti discusses Viveve Medical, which is attempting to leapfrog the competition to get FDA approval to use its patented radiofrequency technology to improve women's sexual function.
  • Stock-Moving Catalysts Anticipated for Regeneus in Q4/16 [RGS] - Australian regenerative medicine company Regeneus Ltd. has a handful of stock-moving Q4/16 catalysts on the calendar, among them a potential licensing agreement for its mesenchymal stem cell technology in Japan.
  • Imagin, a Better Way to Detect Bladder Cancer - Bob Moriarty profiles Imagin Medical, a company that has developed a new way of detecting bladder cancer through endoscopes.
  • Regeneus Secures Government Funding for R&D [RGS] - The Australian government has bolstered Regeneus, a regenerative medicine company targeting cancer, osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions, with $2.73 million in funding.
  • Three Shots on Goal in Q4/16 for DURECT Corp. [DRRX] - With a trifecta of share-moving milestones anticipated in Q4/16, including possible FDA approval of abuse-resistant opioid Remoxy, Laidlaw & Co. Analyst Jim Molloy sees blue sky ahead for DURECT Corp.
  • Actinium Pharmaceuticals Inc. ATNM:NYSE.MKT - Discover expert commentary on Actinium Pharmaceuticals Inc. ATNM:NYSE.MKT. A snapshot of the company you cannot get anywhere else
  • Resverlogix Corp. RVX:TSX - Resverlogix Corp. is developing RVX-208, a first-in-class, small molecule selective BET bromodomain inhibitor for the potential treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, Alzheimer's disease, peripheral artery disease and chronic kidney disease.
  • Viveve Medical Inc. VIVE:NASDAQ - Discover expert commentary on Viveve Medical Inc. VIVE:NASDAQ. A snapshot of the company you cannot get anywhere else
  • Sunesis Pharmaceuticals Inc. SNSS:NASDAQ - Sunesis Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of new oncology therapeutics for the treatment of solid and hematologic cancers.
  • DURECT Corp. DRRX:NASDAQ - Discover expert commentary on DURECT Corp. DRRX:NASDAQ. A snapshot of the company you cannot get anywhere else

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    Purchased these to replace the Ray Ban's my fiancé broke. These are his third pair. There is obviously something great about him if he keeps buying them! Lol. They are great glasses. And Amazon has the BEST PRICE, as always.

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    I was strolling through the bowels of NY Chinatown one day, looking for fresh baby panda feet and Rhino tusk powder for my E.D. Flare up, when I heard this beautiful siren song coming from a sheathed bird cage in an antique shop. I walked in and immediately my ADHD redirected my interest to a shiny metal object flashing its reflective luminance into my peripheral. Like a dancing absinthe fairy seducing me to come hither, and so I turned to look at this enchantress and that's when I saw it. An Official Swiss Army Carbine-Action, 87 implement- 141 function Wenger Display Model 16999 knife. I had to have it! Then I heard my old man's voice say, "Son, It ain't a party till you put some butter on a tater biscuit." Which in no way applies to this situation, Mikey the situation, or any other situation, nor does it make any sense whatsoever. But it rang as fatherly advice nonetheless. So I bartered with the long goateed pipe smoking clerk, Lo Pan, using 3 Knorr Chicken Bouillon cubes, a girl with green eyes, and $1498.00 in two dollar bill denominations for it and I regret nothing. If I paid individually for each of the 141 functions I'd spend more than the national deficit and still wouldn't have the satisfaction of unfolding each tiny, shiny omnidextrous limb with such purpose and intent. It's like a metallic hundredfortyone-o-pus genie granting my every wish with the flip of each little articulating limb. Including such functions as USB underwear heater, an ocarina that calls Epona, formal crocs, time travel at 1x speed, that ninja star from Krull, an ergonomic back scratcher, the Internet in solid form, a bottle of Activia, a sleep number, a goat that sings like Taylor swift, a Russian man talking on a prepaid cell phone, a counterclockwise cork unscrew, hi-speed dubbing, a cue cat barcode scanner, a dropped call, a key to the 9th gate, an advent calendar, that thing you lost, a knife, and much much more.