DAVID GRANOVSKY

WHY PRPs BUT NO STEM CELLS?

In BUSINESS OF STEM CELLS on April 1, 2011 at 9:34 pm
David, What are your thoughts on plasma exchange ? I think that if this procedure can be done then why not Adult Stem Cell ? I have had ASC Therapy and I think it is just as safe ?
 

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    David Granovsky prps or platelet rich plasma lies in a grey area. its similar to blood doping which is legal. also, football alone generates 5.2 billion per year so they are a powerful organization. 

    32 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky the real reason stem cells aren’t available is https://repairstemcell.wordpress.com/why-no-stem-cells-in-the-us/ 

    31 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky bottom line, cash = power = whatever the talent needs, it gets 

    30 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky 

    Collectively, the 10 drug companies in the Fortune 500 had the greatest return on revenues, reporting a profit of 18.5 cents for every $1 of sales, which was eight times higher than the median for all Fortune 500 industries (2.2 cents). The drug industry also led others by realizing a return on assets of 16.5 percent – almost six times the median (2.5 percent) posted by all industries. Pharmaceutical companies completed the sweep with a return on shareholders’ equity (33.2) percent, which was more than three times the median of all Fortune 500 industries (9.8 percent).
    29 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky 

    The two most profitable drug companies – Pfizer and Merck – owned the most blockbuster drugs, with four each. Pfizer led U.S. pharmaceutical companies with $7.8 billion in profits in 2001, which is more than the profits of all the Fortune 500 companies in the homebuilding, apparel, railroad and publishing industries combined. Merck was the second most profitable pharmaceutical, netting $7.3 billion, which is more than the profits of all the Fortune 500 companies in the semiconductor, pipeline, food production, mining and crude oil production, and hotel, casino and resort industries combined.
    28 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky stem cells will NOT be available in the USA until and only if the pharma companies want them to be. if this happens, they will be in the form of refined drugs created from stem cells 

    25 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky The Life Extension Foundation investigated the cost of generic ingredients in sixteen prescription drugs—and discovered they vary from a few pennies per tablet to a few pennies per hundred tablets. Prices for these same products range from 2,800% to 570,000% higher 

    25 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky Drug name/Consumer price (for 100 tablets or capsules)/Cost of generic active ingredient (for 100 tablets or capsules)/Percent markup
    Xanax 1 mg/$136.79/$0.024/569,958%
    Zestril 20 mg/$89.89/$3.20/2,809% 

    24 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky Pharma companies will tell you they needs these earnings to recoup the cost of R+D (250 million to 900 million, averaging 500 million) but the truth is….pharma companie spend twice on markeitng and advertising than they do on R+D. SO out of every 450 million they recoup, 150 million went into making the drug and 300 million went into advertising it so YOU will buy it. 

    22 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky 

    And this applies to virtually every drug out there: Celebrex 100 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $130.27
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.60
    Percent markup: 21,712% 

    Claritin 10 mg
    Consumer Price (100 tablets): $215.17
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.71
    Percent markup: 30,306%

    Keflex 250 mg
    Consumer Price (100 tablets): $157.39
    Cost of general active ingredients: $1.88
    Percent markup: 8,372%

    Lipitor 20 mg
    Consumer Price (100 tablets): $272.37
    Cost of general active ingredients: $5.80
    Percent markup: 4,696%

    Norvasec 10 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $188.29
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.14
    Percent markup: 134,493%

    Paxil 20 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $220.27
    Cost of general active ingredients: $7.60
    Percent markup: 2,898%

    Prevacid 30 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $44.77
    Cost of general active ingredients: $1.01
    Percent markup: 34,136%

    Prilosec 20 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $360.97
    Cost of general active ingredients $0.52
    Percent markup: 69,417%

    Prozac 20 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets) : $247.47
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.11
    Percent markup: 224,973%

    Tenormin 50 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $104.47
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.13
    Percent markup: 80,362%

    Vasotec 10 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $102.37
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.20
    Percent markup: 51,185%

    Xanax 1 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets) : $136.79
    Cost of general active ingredients: $0.024
    Percent markup: 569,958%

    Zestril 20 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets) $89.89
    Cost of general active ingredients $3.20
    Percent markup: 2,809%

    Zithromax 600 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $1,482.19
    Cost of general active ingredients: $18.78
    Percent markup: 7,892%

    Zocor 40 mg
    Consumer price (100 tablets): $350.27
    Cost of general active ingredients: $8.63
    Percent markup: 4,059%

    Zoloft 50 mg
    Consumer price: $206.87
    Cost of general active ingredients: $1.75
    Percent markup: 11,821%

    21 minutes ago ·
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    David Granovsky it’s all about the money honey 🙂 

    20 minutes ago ·
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