Re: Telomerase and cancer

Gina Miller (
Tue, 7 Dec 1999 12:01:25 -0800

Thank you for this information. Geron is a keeper, I checked and it's been fluctuating from 14 to 20 dollars per share today. With 14 and three eighths as the most recent. I hadn't looked today before this post, I appreciate the info John. Nanogirl

>The stock of Geron jumped by 48% this morning. In today's issue of
>The Proceedings Of The national Academy Of Science researchers
>from that company wrote an article that shows that "inhibitors of
>telomerase can remortalize human cancer cells", in other words,
>they can make cancer die of old age, at least in the lab.
> John K Clark