"We got DSMB approval! Strap that guy down and let's inject NOW!"
Wow people here are impatient. It takes at least 2 weeks to schedule a routine hernia repair. Relax... buy more ACTC and stop watching the stock. Find something else to do for a while.
Hey black. Next 4 patients are gona be dosed and we will either know of it right away or whenever it happens to happen. Im excited about this. Actc management is outspoken about shareholders being taken care of with information and pps value. So far they keep up to most of the bargain with info. Got in at first at .2 and again at .09 so this price is ridiculous for whats gona happen if this trial shows results. But you already know all that. Gotta go. Steve
I'm sure they will announce the 2nd and 3 patients within a few days of their procedures.
Remember, it has only been about 10 days since the DSMB gave them the go ahead:
Immunosuppresion takes 10 days I believe, plus finding the right patient, getting them ready, etc. I imagine within a week, 2 weeks max the next patients will be treated.
I don't believe they even will announce the second injections, all we know they have been preparing, For me the essentials have been said, we got the go ahead. Now we have to wait for what got them so "thrilled" and I am pretty darn convinced it was not related to safety. The safety issue is more of an issue which has to be confirmed over time, it is not an issue to get "thrilled"
For me " thrilled" means better than expected.
Just would not sound right to me if it meant: We are thrilled that the patients did not die or the cells did not create a large tumor.
We are either looking at a great, many cell thick photo receptor layer, or we might even looking at surprising efficacy ( secondary endpoints) at the lowest dose.
And Maggie will say: OMG
GR mentioned this in the presentation/follow-up questions the other day. It's on You Tube (someone put a link up here before). Actually, even beyond that, in his presentation he mentioned the possibility of moving/skipping ahead (possibly in the SMD Trial). Either way.....I agree but don't think it's important for them to mention each patients start date. Other can both agree and disagree but, in my view, it just lends itself to day tripping around here.