Sorry that my username turned out that way lol. dtdw is my nickname and fhpc is used as reference to the site name. I always do this because I had too many forum and pw so as to not confuse myself.
Anyway, I apologize if I had created a 'war' here, all because we're getting screwed by Gilead and their stupid practices. Coupled with corrupted politicians. See, that's where we as a community comes in, to spread awareness that 'hey, we don't have to pay 84k USD for a treatment !' . See, many rejoice because we found it for 1K USD as of now. Can we then also spread the news that 'hey, now the price is at xxx amount cheaper, how many more will rejoice?
Where else can we debate (or discuss) about pricing if not in the forum? The media or Gilead's marketing? Politicians? No. It's us, the buyers at forums. We were the only ones that can do it.
If you have closed out any form of discussion, then people (like me) will just go straight to purchasing it because you know, it's so freaking cheap, without 2nd thought. My entire family was like rejoicing when they saw the price of at around 700 USD.
I sincerely thank this community for your effort in this direction of having a cautious attitude. Because of that, I went and purchased Twinvir instead. But why didn't I end it there? Because I want to do a part in helping my own country. I know many are not as fortunate as my family.
I can go on and on, but we must have a conclusion somewhere. Here's my proposal. Can I recommend someone trustworthy in this forum to start a funding campaign, and we all chip in some money to buy the meds that we've found so far, and send it to Dr James for lab test? I'm sure there will be objections in this practice, but hey, it's really up to us as a community. I can't say yes, and all shall follow my lead. Neither can anyone here say trust me, and everyone has to trust him. Some of us tend to treat someone here as God. When Greg says it is, then nobody questions him. I asked him about this company, he says he has never heard of them. So is his word the alpha and omega? No, I don't think so.
What we should be trusting in, is the data. We have the technology. My suggestion will, hopefully, make that data available to the public to make informed decision using data, not someone's 'word'.