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To: BiotaBull who wrote (241)3/6/2005 7:50:40 AM
From: jmhollen
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O/T: If I had to synopsize what happened to ECNC (..which still exists as ECNT, or something..), Thomas Hughes unfortunately surrounded himself with a collection of self-serving slugs who milked him like an Wisconsin Holstein. Then, they generally drove him nuts. I only met Tom twice, personally. He seemed like one of those more visionary types - who then gets the crap kicked out of them by the details and/or the sleazy boolschidters.

I saw a functional demo of the "Bank Eyes Only" financial transaction technology, so no - it wasn't a scam. It was a visciously engineered, greed-based train wreck, IMHO. PayPal is now basically the same thing - without the little card reader doomajigy.

Tom got crosswise with the SEC over an inaccurate PR once, and then apparently pulled the same yayhoo stunt a second time - and got hammered. I'm afraid he may have taken Manny V down with him by default; I haven't been able to contact Manny since the demise. He was one helluva a nice guy - and no way involved in anything funky.

It was a real (w)itch to sit out here in the CornPatch, and watch what was a pretty good idea get totally trashed by all the CA whores that were involved. There were meetings scheduled with a major utility company and a major stock brokerage that would have put ECNC on the map. But, that apparently didn't serve the purposes of those milking Hughes; they and Tom never managed to show up. End of story.

It's been a while since I talked with Ron. PM him, and see if he responds.

John :-)
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To: jmhollen who wrote (242)3/7/2005 8:07:02 AM
From: BiotaBull
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OK thanks...by the way take a look at BIOTA Holding lTd. re: imminent influenza pandemic.!

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To: BiotaBull who wrote (243)3/7/2005 8:34:37 AM
From: jmhollen
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Biota is too expensive for me, and there's a symbol confusion between the O & A type stocks; ..whatever.
BIOTA HOLDINGS LTD O BTAHF Nasdaq Other OTC
BIOTA HOLDINGS LTD A BTAHY Nasdaq Other OTC
pinksheets.com

What was your previous alias on SI?

John :-)
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To: jmhollen who wrote (244)3/7/2005 9:40:04 AM
From: BiotaBull
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Buy BIOTA on the ASX Australian market. They have the major anti-viral drug Relenza, the biggest competitor is Roche's Tamiflu. Biota is very likely to win the case against Glaxo...
I lost my id details when SI changes everything, I was a life-time member since 1998! I used to be RAJA... now i have to start again.!

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To: BiotaBull who wrote (245)3/7/2005 10:29:29 AM
From: jmhollen
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You should talk to SI_Bob and SI_Admin(Dave), they could probably resolve your membership problem.

John :-)
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To: jmhollen who wrote (246)3/7/2005 11:03:16 AM
From: BiotaBull
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Thanks I shall try that right now.

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To: BiotaBull who wrote (247)3/8/2005 8:29:42 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire
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Further tests reveal more human bird flu cases in Vietnam
Tue Mar 8, 9:14 AM ET Health - AFP
HANOI (AFP) - Seven Vietnamese patients who had initially tested negative for bird flu have been found to have carried the virus, the World Health Organisation said after further tests by a laboratory in Tokyo.
news.yahoo.com

THE death toll from a bird flu pandemic in Scotland could hit 200,000, a leading scientist has predicted.
ragingbull.lycos.com

GENOMED on Career builder.com
GenoMed, Inc. a start-up disease management and biotech company located in St. Louis, MO, invites applications for its full-time Research Technician position. You would be responsible, under the direction of the Chief Scientific Officer, to conduct research, to maintain all laboratory equipment and to order supplies, plus other duties as indicated.Must be flexible and a team player. We are a small company with a tremendous amount of potential—come join the future of genomic medicine
makeashorterlink.com

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From: Tadsamillionaire3/8/2005 8:34:05 PM
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WHO: Bird flu pandemic is imminent
Governments must act swiftly to prevent outbreak, officials say
World Health Organization officials urged governments on Wednesday to act swiftly to control the spread of bird flu, warning that the world is in grave danger of a deadly pandemic triggered by the virus.The illness has killed 45 people in Asia over the past year, in cases largely traced to contact with sick birds, and experts have warned the H5N1 virus could become far deadlier if it mutates into a form that can be easily transmitted among humans. A global pandemic could kill millions, they say.

“We at WHO believe that the world is now in the gravest possible danger of a pandemic,” Dr. Shigeru Omi, the WHO’s Western Pacific regional director, said Wednesday.

He said the world is “now overdue” for an influenza pandemic, since mass epidemics have occurred every 20 to 30 years. It has been nearly 40 years since the last one.

Better coordination critical
Speaking at the opening of a three-day bird flu conference in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, Omi said it is critical that the international community better coordinate its fight against the virus.

As bird flu experts met to devise plans to combat the H5N1 virus, scientists said they lacked knowledge about whether the strain that has led to the slaughter of tens of millions of birds has the pandemic potential of the 1918 Spanish flu that killed between 20 million and 40 million people.

They cautioned that more evidence is needed about how infectious the virus is in humans.

To become a pandemic strain, H5N1 would have to adapt sufficiently on its own, or mix its genetic material with a human virus to become highly infectious in humans who have no protection against it.

“We don’t know whether the virus that is currently circulating among poultry in southeast Asia, the H5N1, will eventually be able to reassert its genetic material with a human influenza virus. That is the key question,” Professor Albert Osterhaus, a leading European virologist at Erasmus University Hospital in Rotterdam, told Reuters in an interview.

msnbc.msn.com

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To: midastouch017 who wrote (222)3/8/2005 8:43:01 PM
From: Tadsamillionaire
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GenoMed Gaining Tremendous Visibility!

In multiple Communities!

Diabetes Groups...
diabetes123.com

HIV Groups
aegis.com

Physician Groups
opso.org

WNV Groups
moonbowmedia.com

Environment Groups
environmentalrisk.cornell.edu

Harvard
neuro-mancer.mgh.harvard.edu

Insurance Networks
insurancenewsnet.com

News Channels and Radio
kesq.com
ksdk.com
worldtalkradio.com

Misc. Disease Groups, Directories and Networks
rideforlife.com
uklupus.co.uk
mt.lincolnshirepostpolio.org.uk
groups.yahoo.com
montanaforum.com
hum-molgen.org
bio.com
imminst.org
pharmabiz.com
apria.com
separationsnow.com
mult-sclerosis.org

Worldwide!
indiainfoline.com
medizin.li
noticiaswire.com
piar-az.com
nativeweb.org

...

GenoMed: The Biggest Sleeping Giant available on the Pink Sheets!

Swiped from RB........

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To: Tadsamillionaire who wrote (248)3/9/2005 5:55:21 AM
From: BiotaBull
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Biota Bulletin, Issue 6, March 2005

The year ahead looks particularly exciting for BIOTA Holdings Ltd.

biota.com.au

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