This is fantastic: this sort of analysis is exactly what I’ve been looking at doing myself. Thank you and great work.
Go read up on Recurrent Chest Wall breast cancer. It isn't like you're dealing with a solid, localized tumor, it can be a large, widespread mass like when you spill milk on the floor. It spreads, it is VERY DIFFICULT to treat, it can be very painful.
These patients have no other option for treatment. You can't quantify efficacy as easily as some more uniform mass of a tumor that shrinks in size.
The last time was during the pump just before a PIPE deal was announced where the beneficiaries of the new shares paid less than 70% of the going price (which they had no doubt shorted into during the markets response to a "very encouraging" progress report. Im telling you, I've got these guys number and it's a ZERO (on the wrong side of the decimal point!).