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MGTOW Ghosting: A Way to Go Galt

Whenever I return home to the East Coast of the United States for a short visit, if there’s one overarching theme that describes the entire event it’s the complete and total lack of desire to participate in society in a meaningful way. 944 more words

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NetworkNewsBreaks – Top 10 Mid-day Percentage Gainers on November 11, 2016

Here is a list of stocks shaking up the markets today, with particular focus on NASDAQ and OTC small caps. The top gainers based on percentage: 290 more words

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NetworkNewsBreaks – Top 10 Mid-day Percentage Gainers on November 11, 2016

Here is a list of stocks shaking up the markets today, with particular focus on NASDAQ and OTC small caps. The top gainers based on percentage: 290 more words

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Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. (GALT) Shares Surge on Positive Interim Data for Lead Candidate GR-MD-02

Shares of Galectin Therapeutics (NASDAQ: GALT) are up more than 30% this morning after delivering positive interim clinical data for its lead candidate GR-MD-02 to treat psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. 295 more words

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Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. (GALT) Shares Surge on Positive Interim Data for Lead Candidate GR-MD-02

Shares of Galectin Therapeutics (NASDAQ: GALT) are up more than 30% this morning after delivering positive interim clinical data for its lead candidate GR-MD-02 to treat psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. 295 more words

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Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. (GALT) is “One to Watch”

Fibrosis is when connective tissue from an injury or other circumstances thickens and scars, or when there is excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ after it has been exposed to a chronic disease. 194 more words

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Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. (GALT) is “One to Watch”

Fibrosis is when connective tissue from an injury or other circumstances thickens and scars, or when there is excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ after it has been exposed to a chronic disease. 390 more words

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