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Affymax, Inc. (AFFY) Message Board

  • shabamoon shabamoon Mar 19, 2013 10:02 AM Flag

    Preserving cash because initial investigation were positive$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    All Affymax is doing is trying to preserve cash to continue trying getting O back to market. What is wrong with that? Isn't that a good thing? And the BK and rest of the noise they made to put attorney's on notice as well as force Takeda to pony up more investigation money? What is wrong with that?

    Also, saying that the company is for sale; What is wrong with that?

    I just don't see why all the fuss?

    I would understand the fuss if they had said there is no hope and that they are abandoning Omontys but they actually are saying the exact opposite of that by saying they are doing everything they can to concentrate on the investigation and bringing O back to market. Isn't that tell you that their initial investigations have been favorable or they would do away with further investigation?

    Come on longs ...This management is stupid and does not know how to run their PR but all I could see in the statement points to their belief in Omontys. Sure they sounded like they don't have much funds to continue investigation alone and they needed Takeda but heck Takeda has deep pockets. Do you really think Takeda is that stupid to let such a drug go over those few incidents? Think again.

    And add to your shares on the deep. Soon there will be Takeda's response, possible buy out, etc.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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