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    Thanks for your response percy. My naivety shows - we are here dealing with the Unlisted SE..... and 0.88c/s was the best offering at this time, hence "I am gone" at 0.88c/s.

    I have been interested in SYFT - I like the science, I like the way they have thought through the 'best' way to progress the company: ie. Science+Salesmanship. Perhaps a bit extravagantly.... but positive and believable.

    The UnlistedSE has been very interesting, and I have invested a modest amount in the some of the available companies. SYF and PAZ were my two major investments - well until yesterday......

    Still in the 'blue', so lets see what happens. I will not relinguish any of these shares in a hurry.

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    Yes but now the future of SYFT is tied to the likes of U S companies like MU which just released a good result so we should expect a better result next quarter or half.

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    Issuing Hastie 997,000 shares under the staff employment scheme seems a tad rich.

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    SIFT-MS technology drives simplification of bowel cancer screening
    15 January 2020 Press Release
    Firm: Syft Technologies Limited
    Security: Syft Tech Ords
    Documents:
    Syft_bowel_cancer_trials.pdf


    This should be very interesting.Warning it will take years,but I don't think anyone will miss having a colonoscopy.?
    Last edited by percy; 15-01-2020 at 01:13 PM.

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    Thanks this doc should work.

    Syft_bowel_cancer_trials.pdf

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    Excellent news - might take a while to get all the testing etc done but once completed, it will prove very popular methinks
    Have had a stake in this company from almost the beginning - has been a long haul but they are getting there...
    Last edited by pedro.nz; 15-01-2020 at 01:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    Thanks this doc should work.

    Syft_bowel_cancer_trials.pdf
    Thanks for the link JT.
    Hopefully the library will run another computer course this year...
    Can copy announcements for emails,but can't get them on here.

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    Pay off could be pretty incredible if widely adopted across GPs, although that's obviously many years and several clinical trials away. People say that medicine moves fast but high technology can take a very long time to filter through unfortunately, even after the trials. Just another possible string in their bow - currently keeping more than busy enough with existing customers and applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Thanks for the link JT.
    Hopefully the library will run another computer course this year...
    Can copy announcements for emails,but can't get them on here.
    So youve right clicked on the link, a window opens up with choices, and one left clicks on "copy link"

    Then goes to sharetrader reply space, right clicks and window comes up, left click on "Paste "and presto.

    PharmaZen_half_year_result_2019_USX.pdf
    Last edited by Joshuatree; 15-01-2020 at 03:17 PM.

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    Testing?
    https://www.usx.co.nz/uploads/paperc...pdf?1579047886
    JT That's incredible..Thank you.
    Last edited by percy; 15-01-2020 at 04:14 PM.

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    Good to see Prof. Kate McGrath appointed Independent Director. She is currently Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of Technology Sydney. Previously had senior appointments at Victoria University, MacDiamard Institute, and Callaghan Innovation.

    And interesting to see Syft Technlogies units are being used in cancer detection research by Imperial College London, Otago University, and Callaghan Institution. Early days, but good to see the advancement of this technology into the medical sphere.

    It is all progress.

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    [QUOTE=percy;785843]SIFT-MS technology drives simplification of bowel cancer screening
    15 January 2020 Press Release
    Firm: Syft Technologies Limited
    Security: Syft Tech Ords
    Documents:
    Syft_bowel_cancer_trials.pdf


    This should be very interesting.Warning it will take years,but I don't think anyone will miss having a colonoscopy.?[/QU
    Interesting timing after issuing those shares for something that has being trialed for 2 years

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    Interesting timing after issuing those shares for something that has being trialed for 2 years

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