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   Biotech / MedicalClosure Medical (CLSR) fomerly Tri-Point Medical (TPMC)


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To: Len Ulan who wrote (169)1/16/1999 4:05:00 PM
From: Bill Holtzman
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Helloooooo! Anyone home? This stock had mention in WSJ and is making a big move right now. There's gold in them thar hills!

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To: Bill Holtzman who wrote (170)1/16/1999 7:38:00 PM
From: drdart
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I agree. My investment is finally paying off. Some good comments on Yahoo thread about the use of the product.

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To: Bill Holtzman who wrote (170)1/18/1999 2:44:00 PM
From: David S.
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To: David S. who wrote (172)1/20/1999 10:44:00 PM
From: Larry Unger
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Not only was this stock (CLSR) on Dateline tonight (per Yahoo board), I am watching the Stars/Leafs hockey game and the trainer from Dallas was being interviewed between periods and spoke of DERMABOND and how it will make their jobs a lot easier in patching up the hockey players during the game.

Full disclosure - I am not long or short - I used to be invested in Cryolife which I believe was trying to market a similar suture product in addition to their cryopreservation business. I believe it was called FibRx. Any updates would be appreciated.

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To: Larry Unger who wrote (173)1/22/1999 1:45:00 AM
From: JYatsu
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It's been downgraded by some analyst which took the winds out of its sails. But there should be some upside for the next two quarters, as there are rumors that real sales have exceeded expectations. So as the numbers come in its should see a good bounce up. The big question is the sustainability of those numbers.

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To: drdart who wrote (171)2/19/1999 2:29:00 PM
From: Ben Wa
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I got a hold of comments from Oppenheimer. says "our interpretation of the results is that the US and International launches of the company's flagship Dermabond cyanoacrylate topical wound closure glue product have been mediocre."
I did not see it on the tv show last night. Maybe we civil disturbances or earthquakes in California to create more people who need stiches and glue?

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To: Ben Wa who wrote (175)3/1/1999 10:14:00 PM
From: Bill Holtzman
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Hello, McFly! Like, hey, we just had a huge day! No news and no comments. Might have to buy more tomorrow.

I figure, with appearances on Dateline, ER, and the Stars/Leafs hockey game, we can't lose!

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To: Bill Holtzman who wrote (176)3/1/1999 10:15:00 PM
From: Ben Wa
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Every medical device that is on ER, or better yet...General Hospital - invest in those companies. It'll be a sure fire strategy.

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To: Ben Wa who wrote (177)8/9/1999 10:15:00 AM
From: Marty Rubin
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I would like to get into this company. any advice? this is a 'safe' stock if the economy slows. oversupply may drown over the course of the summer, though with the heat wave, less activity may mean less injuries. stock's +/- $15.

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To: Marty Rubin who wrote (178)8/12/1999 1:09:00 PM
From: Marty Rubin
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50.8K was bought @ 15 3/16 a few minutes ago. Total vol now 77K eom-)

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