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RE: Interesting Facts That Affect our Present Circumstances

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I didn't search terribly long but the little time that I did spend last night, I couldn't find anything to indicate why the research on DRACOs was halted (lost funding). It seems that every bit of info published about the tech is positive and promising. I'm surprised I've never heard of it until now honestly. Seems like a breakthrough. As another commenter here mentioned, I know that it's conceivably more profitable long term to keep people sick while treatment is administered over time, but there would be huge profit potential for first-mover advantage on such a tech that would completely destroy all of the competition (viral vaccine and drug developers and manufacturers). If I were of the means I wouldn't hesitate to invest in this given what I know about it now. Is there any data that you've seen that would show that it's somehow dangerous or ineffective? Even Dr. Rider Himself seems to have gone quiet about it. Actually, I just went onto the site using my PC browser and he has a whole thing about his ongoing research there. Seriously though, why aren't we doing pink-ribbon-level funding campaigns for this tech and giving it to Dr. Rider's team? What gives?

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"...why aren't we doing pink-ribbon-level funding campaigns for this tech and giving it to Dr. Rider's team?"

I reckon you were previously unaware of it, and that it needs funding. I expect that the pharmaceutical companies that are not funding it, rather than seeing a first mover opportunity, see that curing all viruses disrupts their business models and use their influence on media companies to limit exposure of Draco to those articles that discourage folks from funding it. I have no means of funding it, as I have no bank accounts, and they're not taking Steem or any of my Steem Engine tokens.