Though I wouldn't necessarily view that in a bad light (i.e. it's bad data and they're searching for anything positive). Scott mentioned in the Credit Suisse Healthcare conference in Novemeber that the timeline would likely be 2-3 months from data lock, but that they wanted to be as conservative as possible in evaluating the data (i.e. last thing they wanted was to announce results to the public that ended up being incorrect).
As someone mentioned, don't think Scott and Co. would rush to announce data just for the sake of meeting a conference deadline. Given the current situation, I'd guess that we'll hear something in the next 2-3 weeks, and a potential presentation at a later conference.
Fencing, a small company can't control data release. All they can do is meet their guidance.
I anticipate release of data when most inconvenient to me. I will be in the Baja May 12 week, thus forcing me to watch a computer screen whilst I should be drinking tequila and watching scantily clad women walk up and down the beach. It is not fair; but it is a burden that I am willing to shoulder.