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Money $hot Member Level  Saturday, 01/09/21 03:33:22 PM
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Your last line is the one that makes the most sense/cents.

Meanwhile...what's been up with the 1 marijuana technology company that may be closer to an actual product?

Trying to figure out another way to peddle their technology in a so-called marijuana breathalyzer world filled with strife (laws/regulations yet to be debated and passed in the 21st century - if ever).

New York Spent $1 Billion on Virus Supplies. Now It Wants Money Back.

www.nytimes.com/2020/12/17/nyregion/new-york-ppe-refunds.html?auth=login-google

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Another contract that did not pan out for the state came after an inquiry from an old acquaintance of Dr. Howard Zucker, the state health commissioner, from a time when both were White House fellows under former President George W. Bush.

The acquaintance, Dr. Mike Lynn, an emergency medicine physician and venture capitalist, had developed a breath test to detect marijuana in the lungs through his Oakland-based company, Hound Labs Inc. Dr. Lynn thought the gadget might be adapted to detect the coronavirus.

He and Dr. Zucker had not been in touch until a pizza party reunion of former fellows about a year ago, Dr. Zucker said in an interview. Dr. Lynn reached out early this year, Dr. Zucker said, to pitch his breath test idea. Testing — rapid testing in particular — was not readily available at the time.

After review by state scientists, Hound Labs received a $750,000 contract.

“It would have been a game-changer,” Dr. Zucker said. But after initial testing by Hound Labs, the state decided the breath device was not working.

Dr. Lynn said the results were inconsistent but successful, detecting the virus in some patients but not in others. He said that people with the virus in their breath might be more likely to transmit it, a theory he wants to continue exploring in a clinical study.

But in the end, after $400,000 had been paid, New York canceled the deal.

Just 1 more "marijuana breathalyzer" story until the next story and the next story and the...

Cannabix Technologies Inc (a Canadian company) Circa 2014.

Hound Labs Inc (a California company) Circa 2014.

Go figure,

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