LocWolf Friday, 07/31/20 02:45:24 PM Re: None Post # of 15149 MBMoney...we know that HDC has thrown everything at Intel which is normal...reminds me of one of my ex-wives. I'm looking at out patents and the USPTO is showing a September 2019 date stating that HDC - Health Discovery now has the right to exclude others from developing, commercializing or licensing this patented technology without the uncertainty of the Interference or concerns over the ownership of the SVM-RFE patents. It would seem to me that HDC has no reach into Intel prior September 2019 however, the documented history seems to show abuses so Intel may be placed in a corner for a time out period. I wonder to what degree does our technologies have with new products? where is the point and power of "Cease and Desist" it is clear to me that would be a bad move for HDC plus their is so many unknowns about the incorporation of our technologies within their products and software. It has always been that our technologies enhance as they are tools to be used. A tool isn't a product, we can't look at a CPU chip and say there it is see it that's ours. Yes would love to hear early deal between Intel and us and enjoy the spike in share price when we can. Just think if the NEO/Intel stuff were to happen back in 2005 our stock price would have kissed double dollars. It seems HDC never gets a break lets hope HDC stock ends up flying like an Eagle.