Actually it was kind of stupid, much the same as you are kind of stupid because you are both supportive of Histogen’s delays even though you both want Histogen as soon as you can get it. That makes you two pretty stupid.
Plus, the reality is that they could put their treatment into the marketplace anytime they want to. They know it. I know this because I have talked to them on the phone and they have told me as much. They have told me that there are places that do not require any approval process so they definitely know this.
And before you say that they have to make sure it’s safe first, keep in mind that all histogen treatments do is make your skin the same as it used to be when your skin was younger/stronger and could overcome DHT. In other words, all Histogen’s treatment does is make skin revert to having the same stuff that it used to have before. It is common sense that there is no way Histogen’s treatments are going to hurt anyone.
Additionally, as far as these delays go, I see companies schedule clinical trials all the time. Delays do happen, but typically when delays happen that means someone in the company didn’t do their homework. One delay is one thing, but these people have already had 2 or 3 delays. These people are definitely operating in a Mickey Mouse fashion. Your post shows your ignorance of the situation because anyone who knows about these kinds of things knows that multiple delays in these types of situations are not all that common.
» Haha, nicely put!
» » <<They change the start date too much. These people really are not
» » treating us with respect at all.>>
» » You tell 'em! The only factor influencing their conduct of clinical
» » should be your immediate personal needs. Scheduling, logistics,
» » legal clearances, etc., are just flimsy excuses for their stubborn
» » to instantly gratify your demands.