wcoastguy20...You may of had this conversation with I.R, I'm not trying to discredit your views....you are correct in saying that RPC has enough "marker,I call it reagent" to produce 28,000 test kits......but they also stated they have another "marker" produced by RPC which gives same results....so this would in fact be the solution to the marker problem....Shirley Woodard,RN
3. It was disclosed in the 10K that the company had a limited amount of the "marker" used in the Onku-Sure test. They still have not found a solution to this problem.
"It was disclosed in the 10K that the company had a limited amount of the "marker" used in the Onku-Sure test. They still have not found a solution to this problem."
Shirley, there is a solution to the problem.
They need to actually run some clinical trials with the new antibody and submit them to the FDA. That is what the initial contract with MVSS was all about but then they modified it to a study comparison of the old test with CEA in mostly early stages.
Why the change? The 28,000 test kits are going to last a long time and they know that. If the sales of the kits were as much as they were predicting this year, yes, it would have been a HUGE problem.
You see Shirley, they are well of aware of the reality of very limited sales of Onko Sure and they don't want to waste their money on clinical clinical trials.