Whoever played that joke gave that queer Feuerstein's credibility a perfect boost. Whether it was he who invented this character, or someone else, it was in no way good to the company. I'd really love to see some action from the authorities to investigate and arrest that idiot who did this.
Well personally speaking, I don't give a flying fig about the Romanus story, because I don't think it's germaine to the CVM story overall. Adam Feuerstein has lowered himself to ad hominem attacks on the credibility of one person, completely ignoring the FDA's fast track for H1N1, the green light for Multikine Phase III, the CDC's inclusion of Cel-Sci in its list of vaccine makers, and last but not least, CVM's licensing agreements with Teva and Orient Europharma. It's yellow journalism at its best.
Still holding, still profitable, and disgusted with TheStreet.
I'm not saying that that was a lie. I know that WASN'T a lie!!! What I'm saying is that the approach taken to relay or re-enforce the credibility of CVM was wrong. It now showed to be a bruise to the company's credibility. Because it created a doubt in people's mind. Even though the company itself has nothing to do with this, it's still a bad image tied to it.