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Histogen HSC Injections in International Waters


#1

If Histogen is successful with Phase II of its Clinical Trials, cant they provide there services in International Waters soon afterwards or even now?

Safety wouldnt be a concern since there pilot study showed no negative side effects.

If they new they had a product that worked but had to wait 1-3 years to be FDA approved couldnt they rent a boat in the San Diego Area and float out 200 nautical miles out from the shores of California and provide the HSC injections on a boat.

I dont care how much it would cost, im sure that if Histogen would promise such a procedure right now people would be willing to chip in money to buy a $5 million dollar tanker ship with all amenities for such as procedure.

What do you guys thinks?

Here is an example of a a unlicensed hospital in international waters.


#2

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» Here is an example of a a unlicensed hospital in international waters.
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» http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f497bElgklI

I’m pretty sure that video is viral marketing for a new novel.


#3

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» » Here is an example of a a unlicensed hospital in international waters.
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» » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f497bElgklI
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» I’m pretty sure that video is viral marketing for a new novel.

Didnt notice, thanks for telling me.For those reading please ignore the link


#4

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» » » Here is an example of a a unlicensed hospital in international
» waters.
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» » » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f497bElgklI
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» » I’m pretty sure that video is viral marketing for a new novel.
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» Didnt notice, thanks for telling me.For those reading please ignore the
» link

Actually, even if they couldn’t put a medical ship on international waters they could do something like it. There are countries out there that do not require any approval process at all…nothing. So Histogen could do it, and they should do it, but they won’t do it. Hopefully, something just as effective will come along sooner than Histogen and then we won’t need Histogen and the investors behind Histogen will lose their investment for dragging out the wait-time till we could get our hands on it.


#5

They could put it out into the marketplace in a country where approval is not required. There are countries like that. But Histogen won’t do it. I hope something just as good comes along sooner and then we can get that other product instead and Histogen will dry up and blow away.


#6

Khalil you posted the following in the other thread I started about QR-678 photos:

“Theres a sucker born every minute”

-Some Guy

Is that due to your experience with the above video?


#7

» Khalil you posted the following in the other thread I started about QR-678
» photos:
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» “Theres a sucker born every minute
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» -Some Guy
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» Is that due to your experience with the above video?

And is your post due to your experience with my posts concerning Mr. P. T. Barnum (1810–1891)
vs. Mr. T. Whitfield (TRX2)?

Am I right, “tempo”?