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  • canstic1 canstic1 Apr 24, 2013 2:20 PM Flag

    What kind of revenue production can we expect from the BSD Medical MiceroThermX system? Here is one idea

    All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

    That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

    BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

    ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

    Wow!

    And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

    When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

    Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
    I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

    Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

    What do you figure that company would sell for?

    Ideas?

    P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon.....

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    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

      • 1 Reply to canstic1
      • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

        That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

        BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

        ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

        Wow!

        And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

        When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

        Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
        I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

        Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

        What do you figure that company would sell for?

        Ideas?

        P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon.....

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

      • 2 Replies to canstic1
      • That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $1,350 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!
        BSDM has said margins are in the 60% range on these antennas, so assuming 1,5 antenna used per procedure, that's $2,000 of revenue of which roughly $1,200 is gross profit to BSDM.
        ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 3 procedures in a week, would generate 150 days x $1,200 = $180,000 gross profit in 1 year.

      • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

        That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

        BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

        ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

        Wow!

        And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

        When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

        Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
        I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

        Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

        What do you figure that company would sell for?

        Ideas?

        P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon.....

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

    • All numbers were given to me as estimates, by BSD Medical, in the past year. I do not know exact terms of the Terumo contract signed last month.

      That being said, a single replaceable antenna (the "razor-blade") for the MicroThermX sells for $2,000 and up to 3 can be used in each procedure. It's called "synchronous phased array" because it is designed to use more than one antenna at a time!

      BSDM has said margins are in the 65-75% range on these antennas, so assuming 2 antenna used per procedure, that's $4,000 of revenue of which roughly $2,800 is net income to BSDM.

      ONE SINGLE MicroThermX in a large cancer facility with multiple doctors using it, doing just 1 procedure a day in a 5 day week, would generate 250 days x $4,000 = $1,000,000 in 1 year. That's potentially 1 million dollars in revenue generation per a single MicroThermX unit in a large facility.

      Wow!

      And those are conservative numbers, in my opinion.

      When BSDM has just 50 of these systems in use in large facilities, they would get 50 million dollars in revenues just in the antenna sales alone.

      Add a few more systems and a few more procedures (it's a 2.3 BILLION dollar global market) and it's possible to see a revenue stream of 100+ million dollars a year or more.
      I am not even considering the hyperthermia line of equipment in this valuation yet....

      Anyone want to ballpark a valuation for a company with about 35 million shares outstanding, with a revenue stream of , say, $100 million of a product with 60-70% margins?

      What do you figure that company would sell for?

      Ideas?

      P.S. this doesn't even touch on additional revenues from the hyperthermia line of products for which BSD Medical has several signed agreements in place to start soon

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