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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 21 Apr 2013 11:07 #397

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I have been looking for the Hedrick presentation on their site, but could not find it. Just the cardiac podium discussion which I will listen to later today. I just got stuck on their site for the whole day, since it has a wealth of information, some of it, I have been scrambling to put together myself for ages. So- thats great, do not have to do that anymore- the info is all there.

Anyway- from the presentation slides, this one is intriguing and sheds a tiny bit of light on the translational work done with Celution-




Solid organs must include kidney and liver of course- that many clinics? Other organs- is heart included there? Thats probably ischemic though. I have to write a mail to Tom I guess.
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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 22 Apr 2013 10:11 #398

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The Hendricks presentation is now up on the site as I watched it this morning. the slide you poasted was part of that presentation. .
Not any new information garnered from the presentation, except clarity on partnerships which is of great concern to all of us. Hendricks seems to now have accepted that partnerships will come later as potentail partners have taken a wait and see attitue ,other then of course the government and the Barda contract. The inability to get a new partnership heightens my concerns over more dilution, as cash remains a huge problem. One would think that with 41 out of the 43 trials highlighted in the slide you posted are being funded by others then Cytpri that if the science is what we all are convinced that it is , this would not be so difficult. Going from very very very close to nothing or we will let you know when we have something is frustrating to say the least. I am beginning to think that perhaps we are not the smart ones as we surely can't be smarter then the heads of these companies that have been meeting with Cytori trying to hammer out deals for a years. Do you expect to hear anything in May during review of 1st quarter ? Based on the PPS activity, i do not. expect anything but another round of dillutive financing that will further depress the pps. I can't imagine that any long term holders are adding to there positions, although I am sure we would all have reason to want to. Cytori continues to be a very costly mistake for myself and with each passing month my aprehension grows.

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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 22 Apr 2013 16:53 #399

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Thanks for the info- I just listened to it and might as well put it here too.



To me this is totally different than all the (excuse) crap that I have been hearing for so many years and moves into the direction of all the stuff I have been writing for all these years on this page. So all I can say- I am pleased with that particular progress.

To me - by the same token that all the big announcements about "contract stage" etc etc, which than taken for granted and did not come through, I personally feel that because of the strength of the technology and clinical data, it is possible anytime that a big fish bites and we do get a deal.

Just a little anecdote- both Calhoun and Saad claimed in personal conversations that they did not know about the ROBUST trial in Basel- if you listen to this video- Hedrick specifically states that Cytori checks very specifically what customers are going to do with the devices they bought, so yes- they are full of crap and not telling the truth- but the tech works and will rule. :nice:
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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 22 Apr 2013 19:31 #400

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Informative talk. But as far as his spin on a partnership, I get the impression that we are not at all close, let alone Very, Very, Very close.

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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 22 Apr 2013 21:00 #401

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***but the tech works and will rule***

Questions remains when and by who ?

Zero progress on those fronts imho.

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Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 24 Apr 2013 01:46 #403

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***but the tech works and will rule***

I agree with Fas that the tech works, but would change the word "will" to should. Why?

Listen carefully to Hedrick at the 13 minute mark............ "to not just think about Medtronic". Slip of the tongue?????

All I can say is that if the "who" is Medtronic :puke: ............... make them PAY. They owe us big time for shafting us in the past. Perhaps this is a reason that CC has not concluded a deal yet........... fool me once shame on you, fool me twice..........?

Hedrick's other comment concerning monitoring the use by physicians of the Celution device is further confirmation of the importance assigned by the FDA to limit "cowboy" use of the device. While CYTX can justifiably claim that it is a cGMP device (lab on wheels) providing quality output that still does not outway the FDA's concern about the machines misuse. Very important to be respectful and attentive to FDA. :yep:

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Yes, I caught the Medtronic comment as well.

If we are talking a cardiology deal then we should be talking a whole new level of deal size.
When Dean first came on as Chairman I swore he mentioned cardiology as on the partnership table...others disagreed, thinking CYTX wanted to keep it for themselves. Of course, making them "pay" by CYTX going it alone would/could also hurt Medtronic.

By "who" I meant which stem company or treatment type.
By "when" I meant its a long road for everyone to reimbursement and acceptance in the general marketplace.

One note I took from Hedrick was something I was also suggesting that if a deal does come this year, a government style deal seemed more likely. Of course, anything from this managements teams mouth can be considered suspect...LOL

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