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The Incredible Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals

In the movie, The Counselor, Javier Bardem plays the role of a drug running cartel operative, who early on cautions his aspiring protégé Michael Fassbender, on the perils of heartfelt attachment.

My guess is that in most cases, if you still had the woman you were weeping over, you'd be weeping harder.

For me, that woman is Cyclacel (CYCC) Pharmaceuticals, and I've been weeping harder. We all have. Of the thousands who have come and gone, only a few remain. You'll find most of them daily on the Yahoo message board, arguing over who's the sorrier sap.

You've found me buried in the darkest corner of my neighborhood bar, slumped over an empty shot glass, eager to tell...

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