Dilution isn't bad in the beginning when the Company is losing money. Th greater the number of shares, the smaller the loss per share. One would expect them to lose money during the launch and for possibly a year thereafter. When the Company attains profitability, then the share price will go up measurably. Perhaps they're raising money for a gangbuster launch to primary care physicians (not just g.i.docs). If they do that, they'll need a bigger sales force.