On a global scale, more than 46 million people now suffer from some form of dementia, and the costs are truly mind-boggling: $818 BILLION today! That’s the annual price of care, medicine, and the cost of lost wages…
By 2030, that $818 BILLION annual problem could grow to an estimated $2 TRILLION problem! Analysts are now saying that a successful drug for this memory-robbing disease could rake in $20 BILLION in sales annually.
As I’m about to show you… we’re in the midst of a total industry reboot in the science of the brain. This renewed scientific focus — measured in the billions of dollars – is leading to crucial new breakthroughs in the understanding and potential treatment of complex brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
A cure for these and other serious brain disorders may be just around the corner! And that’s why every investor needs to be taking a close look at what tiny CANTABio Pharmaceuticals ( Stock Symbol: CTBO ; website: cantabio.com ) is accomplishing in the realm of Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
Already with two major research grants under its belt from the Michael J. Fox Foundation, with initial research conducted in conjunction with the famed Rochet Laboratory at Purdue University and industrial partner NovAlix, CANTABio ( CTBO ) could very well beat Big-Pharma to the cure, save millions of lives, and make early investors immensely rich in the process!
CTBO is taking the neurodegenerative disease market by storm by securing the pole-position over the industry’s major players.
Did you miss out one of the biggest biotech IPOs in 2015?
Last summer, on July 11, 2015, investors witnessed one of the largest-ever IPO’s for the biotechnology sector: Axovant Sciences (AXON). Quite literally catching the market off-guard, Axovant was able to sell 21 Million shares at $15 apiece — raising an eye-popping $315 Million at a $1.4 Billion valuation. On the first day of trading, the stock nearly doubled giving Axovant a market capitalization of nearly $3 Billion.
Yet, while this IPO-for-the-ages confirms the immense appetite the market currently has for Alzheimer’s focused companies – a highly positive indicator for early CTBO investors, it also underpins the aforementioned warning signs of investing in “single-drug-focused” biotech companies.
The biotech market is Booming! What does that mean for CTBO?
The biotech sector is well-known for delivering massive gains giving us some of the biggest winners on Wall Street.
In fact, it’s not uncommon for a biotech company to go from relative unknown status and zero revenues to $ Billions in market value in near overnight fashion. It’s the nature of the game for biotechs. The majority of biotech companies start off as primarily research and development firms with little or no revenues. Then RESEARCH leads to discovery → DISCOVERY leads to clinical trials → CLINICAL TRIALS lead to breakthrough drugs that can be brought to the global marketplace to the delight of early shareholders.
How To Get Started:
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