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  • dlhild@ymail.com dlhild Jun 15, 2010 8:04 PM Flag

    Question #11 for SGA:

    OCF = Operating Cash Flow

    These are entirely created in my own head, so they could be way off.

    CY 2010: Est. HemoStase Sales = $11.3 million
    CY 2010: Est. HemoStase OCF = $3.4 million

    CY 2011: Est. HemoStase Sales = $16.0 million
    CY 2011: Est. HemoStase OCF = $4.8 million

    CY 2012: Est. HemoStase Sales = $22.0 million
    CY 2012: Est. HemoStase OCF = $6.6 million

    CY 2013: Est. HemoStase Sales = $32.0 million
    CY 2013: Est. HemoStase OCF = $9.6 million

    CY 2014: Est. HemoStase Sales = $8.0 million
    CY 2014: Est. HemoStase OCF = $2.4 million

    Question: Obviously, CRY is going to recover their investment and much more. But the real question is why would CRY destroy their relationship with Medafor, when the present value of future OCF would be perhaps $150 million, or $200 million (or more), assuming they built a relationship with Medafor and could continue selling HemoStase after the current contract ends?

 
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