CRO to invest 10M.
Please stop and think about this scenario.
Would you invest 10M if you didn't like what you saw in at least 117 patients so far....??????
Its as clear as glass. Load as much as you can, then wait, approval is imminent.
Ergomed's new employees used to work for the the CRO that watched Multikine perform. They know exactly what's working without a single word from CelSci. . They know for a fact that it works. No gamble there.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The only problem with that is we don't know when they have to put up any money, or at least I have not seen when they would be required to. If there are no conditions and they have to post the money within a reasonable period of time then I would agree, they would have had to seen enough to warrant the risking of that amount of money.
Well, am I to believe, then, that everytime Ergomed invests their money the trial drug is approved?
Is that what you are saying? Where is the volume today...on this great news? And "approval is imminent"? These comments are those that keep the "bashers" here.
SURE, THEY WILL GIVE THEM A TON
OF FREE SHARES TO DILUTE IN THE
MARKET LIKE THEY DID IN
THE BYRON DEAL, ANOTHER WAY
TO KEEP THIS SCAM GOING,
COME BACK IN 60 YEARS,
THEY WILL STILL ENROLLING.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Where is it you see in the PR where 'shares' are going to be given to the CROs dt_tj? 'Cause the only two things they mention as regards compensation are a single-digit percentatge of liscencing revenues, with a top-end cap to their return.
If you are going to #$%$ & moan,... at least base the #$%$ & moaning on the available information & don't just make stuff up.
What utter nonsense!
In the first place, CVM cannot review data from the trial as it is going on, much less relate that to an 'investor.'
The first instance would violate all of FDA's standards of trial conduct, and the second would be tantamount to insider trading (and Geert's recent purchase would land him where he belongs, in jail!).
Secondly, the endpoint is difference in three year survival. The trial has not even been ongoing for three years so no 'outcomes' data of any sort are possible -- not for another year, at least, and since the enrollment to date is so tiny, you'd need longer than that to get reasonabl numbers for comparison.
Why don't you CVMers ever think before you post? Silly question -- if you're fool enough to believe in this scam, you obviously don't make a habit of thinking!