Let me clarify something about these so called lawsuits against Affy. Part 1
Firstly these guys are charlatans trolling for clients. Now as regards lawsuits. Let's break up how you made the investment in Affy. My example. I read about Affy. Looked at their drug and decided this might be a good investment that could make me money. No one advised or put undue pressure on me to buy the stock. The FDA looked at the drug and I am sure they have lawyers as well. They liked what they saw from the trials and approved the drug. All goes well and suddenly in the same month there are some adverse reactions and Affy withdraws the drug to find out the cause. I am not happy but legally there was no misrepresentation, just an unfortunate unforeseen side effect in a very small portion of the patients. Legal case against Affy. Zero, Nada. A judge seeing this bought up to him or her would throw the case out. No merit to the case
You are obviously untrained in the law. I have been a health care lawyer with over 30 years experience. The PEARL studies alone preclude a dismissal of products liability litigation on a defense motion for summary judgment. Then there is the problem of the adverse incidents that occurred immediately after Omontys was introduced into the commercial marketplace as reported by the Wall Street Journal article and the findings that Omontys presented an 8-fold death increase compared to Epogen as reported by the RW Baird analyst. The litigation has merit and a jury, as the finder of fact, will necessarily have to decide the outcome.
So as a lawyer with 30 years of experience you have no others sources than WSJ and a Baird Analyst. Then you do not have a real case because most of them do not the same science background than scientists and medical staffs that worked on Omontys. Are you really serious ? Your case is dismissed for lack of factual basis. How many times you've been told in this forum that Omontys wasn't approved base upon Pear study?