Looked up Adnan Shennib (former INND CTO) on LinkedIn to see if he was still with the company. No mention of INND in his workplaces, but I don't know if it was there before.
He posted a week ago, and within the comments people asked about if he was still with INND and a couple other questions pertaining to them.
2 of his replies to comments:
"I am not at liberty to discuss this issue, but feel free to check the records and you can assess for yourself the performance of INND and its management."
"We cannot comment on pending litigations."
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He mentioned $4,000 to $5,000 for MRI & CAT scan. Not sure if that was part of the total $12,000 or not. If that's the case then the treatment cost itself is about what I'd expect. Those scans seem out of line (like many healthcare costs in the U.S.) but similar to what it costs for a human.
I have a friend whose dog was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor. Of course, I recommended IsoPet. He was quoted $12,000 for the treatment. First time I've seen a real-world example of treatment cost, and it was a little higher than I thought.
It sounds like he thought it was too much and is going to try holistic treatment. I spent $5,000 on emergency surgery for my last dog. I'd say the $12,000 is reasonable if you value your pet as a family member. Especially considering the extended treatment and cost of chemo or other methods. If pet insurance covers some or most of it, even better.
When I'm in a board, hitting the newer button to go to the next page should only show the newer posts. Instead, you go to the next page and have to hunt through all the older posts you just read. Clean the slate and leave all the read/older posts on the last page. I'd like to have options on how the posts cascade, too. Right now all the newest posts are at the top. In most other forums, older posts are at the top and then the latest at the bottom/end of the page.
If I hit newer to go to the next page, start me at the top with the next post in the count and I'll scroll down until I've reached the end.
Also, there should be more of a separation between posts for visual ease of reading. Make the thin line a little wider between them. Move the screen name and pic away from the post to the left so that the post text body is cleaner and flows better.
There are plenty of standard forum templates out there that are so much easier to work with. Not sure why IHub wants to reinvent the wheel. The old version was clunky needing to click to a new page for every post. This is an improvement, but take some notes from other forums.
That remdesivir is poison. Probably accounted for a significant amount of "covid" deaths due to failed kidneys. I have a couple friends who lost family members shortly after that was administered, both due to kidney failure.
Our FDA is terrible for allowing crap like that and dragging radiogel out for years like this.
Some good friends of mine went through chemo with their dog a couple years back. They drove from Orlando to Tampa multiple times a month and stayed in a hotel. Their dog was miserable from the chemo and eventually was put to sleep because the chemo didn't work to stop the spread. This was over a few months and they mentioned to me that all the cancer treatments alone were about $15,000.
I know some have questioned why RDGL is putting so much effort into IsoPet, but this is one story that tells me why. How many pet owners would do anything to have 6 more months, a year or two, or longer with the animals they love like family? Especially a treatment that causes little to no damage outside of the tumor, has fewer treatments, and should be more affordable in most cases.
The benefits of RadioGel will have a foundation with many folks whose pets were saved. People will want to see this treatment available for human use, and we'll have hundreds (thousands, one day!) of families that know it's safe and effective. The more clinics the better. Beyond a rabbit test, having many successful "Moose" stories out there can only help our case with the FDA, in my opinion.
It's been a long journey. Really looking forward to the day this is approved.
Wondering if sales are slow with the economy the way it is. People on fixed incomes may not be able to afford "big ticket" purchases. I know my elderly mother-in-law is struggling, especially with doctor bill co-pays that aren't hearing-related. I think if she had hearing issues she'd probably avoid dealing with it just because of the expense.
Basic Medicare does not cover any hearing aids, whether OTC or prescribed. They'd need to have part C coverage, which is optional. For whatever reason, a lot of seniors aren't taking advantage of this coverage. There may be rules on which hearing devices are covered, too.
Innerscope doesn't have any info regarding Medicare on their site. Might help to create a blog or other info section to help guide seniors to knowing what their options are to get devices covered.
What's the scam? What do they do differently than any other brokerage? Every brokerage takes a cut of the commission. Every brokerage needs people to recruit new agents. Most don't have a viable way to earn revenue share other than a few transaction splits to a "mentor" agent.
Let's see how mobile Mahomes will be if that injury is still lingering. Burrow has to avoid taking sacks.
That 49ers rookie QB is legit, and the 49ers have a solid D as well. Niners were #1 scoring D and Eagles #8.
Eagles only 2 ppg better per game. Similar rushing stats. Similar yards per game on offense.
I think both games will be pretty tight, but I'll roll with Bengals and Niners!
I saw on a FB comment that the phone line for INND was disconnected. I checked for myself, and it is. This is the 24/7 support line listed as 833-788-0506. "We're sorry, the number you have dialed is not in service." (just tried again and same)
I then went to the iHear Direct site and tried that number. I noticed that the page does a mild redirect and changes the number at the top. This was on my mobile Chrome browser. Last night I tried 866-427-1909. It connects to a typical call will be recorded message then hangs up on you.
This morning, I tried 866-430-4212, which is the number showing on my PC Chrome browser. Get the same initial message, then it just rings with no pickup.
I tried these numbers multiple times. Same result.
If you click the WalMart DSV link from INND site, you get an "uh-oh... this page could not be found." But there are HearingAssist OTC products listed if you search for OTC hearing aids.
I've got 1.5m shares in this so it's a little concerning that their support and sales lines aren't operable and a link to their biggest retailer is broken.
Sent an email to them this morning and waiting for a reply...
Litigation Threatens CFPB's Operations
Litigation Threatens CFPB's Operations
October 21, 2022
By: Christie DeSanctis
On October 19, 2022, a three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled(link is external) that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB’s) independent funding stream from the Federal Reserve system was in violation of the Constitution’s Appropriations Clause and separation of powers principles. In Community Financial Services Association v. CFPB, the court vacated a 2017 rule regulating payday lending because the agency promulgated the rule using unconstitutionally requested funds.
The Community Financial Services Association of America and the Consumer Service Alliance of Texas filed the case in 2018, arguing among other claims, that the Bureau’s unique funding scheme of transfers from the Federal Reserve, up to the limits set forth in Dodd-Frank, were unconstitutional based on the Bureau’s lack of review by Congress’s appropriations committees. The court held that “without [the CFPB’s] unconstitutional funding, the Bureau lacked any other means to promulgate the rule… the Bureau’s unconstitutional funding structure… literally effected the promulgation of the rule.” As a result, the court vacated the payday lending rule.
When the case of Seila Law v. CFPB was litigated in 2020, NAR submitted an amicus brief along with Mortgage Bankers Association and the National Association of Homebuilders, advocating that any remedy provided by the Court be the least disruptive - by severing any unconstitutional provisions from the Dodd-Frank Act, rather than striking down the entire statute. In that case, the Court followed that narrow approach and struck only the director's unconstitutional “for-cause” removal restrictions from Dodd-Frank, allowing the bureau’s rulemaking, supervision, and enforcement actions to remain intact.
The CFPB will continue to operate during the litigation, however, based on this court’s analysis, it is possible that all Bureau activity could be challenged. Furthermore, states may be empowered to take on more investigative and enforcement action until more certainty is provided by the courts or Congress. Should the agency be subject to congressional appropriations in the future, operations could be limited. The CFPB is expected to request a stay of the decision and petition the Fifth Circuit for an en banc review.
Stay tuned to nar.realtor/respa for the latest.
Do you know much about FL? This isn't a Bible Belt state by any means. Our legislature has been majority Republican for a long while, but they passed the Right to Try Act in 2016 which included medical MJ. It won by over 70% of voters in a referendum to write it into our Constitution not long after that.
I know plenty of right-leaning folks who have their med cards and support legalization. It's also very popular in the retirement crowd in 55+ communities. Retired folks love those gummies.
You mentioned the Florida Dept. of Health may not be on board and hasn't approved the locations yet. Do you have a link to something reporting that? I've been looking for info and can't find it. I wouldn't think that they'd be going full tilt on the PR if they hadn't had this plan worked out already.
Inside of a Circle K, sure. But they own properties that have separate space for lease, like a mini strip mall with anywhere from 1-3 suites. I've seen some dispensaries in strip malls.
This is a rendering I've seen for one planned for Green Thumb / RISE Express:
Trulieve Millenia and Orlando South are both in strip malls, so there must be an exception to the "stand-alone" rule.
Nonsense. The whole world was in a supply chain crunch in 2021 and still is for many things. While I'm sure it's frustrating, I guarantee Vivos wasn't the only supplier who couldn't deliver products. Many folks were still on lockdown during this time, too. Once word gets out about how successful Radiogel/IsoPet is, interest will spike. Especially when the alternatives are chemo or death.
FDA is corrupt and gives preference to whoever fills their pockets. Wouldn't be surprised if they're stalling so a preferred vendor can get their product to market. I've seen them screw over too many small cap device and pharma companies. Absolutely zero reason this rule can't be put in motion sooner than later.
You've got a few more shares than I do, but I'd have to say no to $1.25. Been here too long and know the potential is far too great. That's almost giving up to me when we're so close to seeing this through. Especially if FDA starts giving us favorable outcomes, the share price will hit that mark on it's own.
From the Florida Realtors article:
"Eight of the eleven FDA staff that reviewed our original IDE submission were new and not familiar with RadioGel™. They resurfaced legacy questions on dosimetry and the potential for migration which we have repeatedly addressed, but we’ve realized that another animal test is the most efficient means to answer those questions once and for all. We agreed to provide the detailed test plan in another submission and the agency agreed to expedite the schedule for their review. This costs time but helps ensure that they will accept the results."
This is what kills me about the FDA and getting things approved. It's taken us years to get to this point and with turnover and life it's almost like starting over again. Hopefully this fast-tracking really means it will be expedited and get things moving to a reality.
It unfortunate the FDA can't accept the existing animal patients like Moose, Summer Solstice, or others that have been treated safely and successfully.
Overall, it's good news for sure and we're on a path for success. Just irritates me that the FDA process can be so slow when there's already reasonable evidence of safety and efficacy.