geron now needs to define and document variations in imetelstat's efficacy through a whole range of both cancer types as well as specific telomere lengths. these evaluations are being carried out as demonstrated by a number of presentations at the upcoming AACR annual meeting. this process will continue and allow geron to work out the most effective applications of imetelstat. when this process is completed a value can be established and the bidding will begin.
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that may be true that no company is interested in geron, but highly unlikely. big pharma is a research-based industry that pays the bills selling patented medicines, but their lucrative patents are losing ground to cheap generics. this is a major problem for big pharma, so what is big pharma to do? these large companies have cut costs and stepped up their own production of generic knock offs, but in the end their bottom lines are dependent on new patents. so what is big pharma to do? well, they'll be roaming the halls of the upcoming AACR meeting looking for patents with potential.
The "bidding" is OFF until, at least, next year. That's when the results of the Mayo Clinic tests will be announced. Only problem is......it's not a given the results will be positive. Even with positive results, Geron will take 6-9 months to set up their own "in-house" testing. That means it will be 2015 before any further good news.
the imetelstat presentations scheduled for the upcoming AACR annual meeting illustrate the means by which geron will gain favor with the investment community. as the different studies of grn163l continue to confirm imetelstat's efficacy in blocking telomerase activity with short telomere cancers, the company's value will improve and the further down that road we travel the greater geron's value. so the question is, when do you plan on stepping off the bus?