It has been a long, bumpy ride with this stock, hasn't it?
Within 6 months of buying KERX, I got really excited when I started understanding what was happening with P and X. I posted a LOT here that first year and I'm sorry to have left (miss chatting with many of you) but I'm brave enough to say "I was run off" LOL I will still pop in from time to time and very glad to see many old-timers still here.
Welcome back Kool. Now we are definitely coming down the home stretch. They will probably try one last time to shake us out, but we should all hang tough. I expect Tuesday to be a rehash of the JPM comments ( no event yet, no event imminent). All my models point to success if we make it to March, which I am expecting, unless there is something very wacky that happens with the control arm. Think about what has to happen. You would need to see our control arm provide greater survival advantage than regorafenib. Not very likely!
Ock: The only thing that makes me wiggle in my jeans is the 1000 dose in the CAP arm... I'd hate to hear the "we didn't think it would make THAT kind of difference" statement to explain the blowup... you know these pesky trial things, it's always something you never expected that puts the fly in the ointment...
you and the rest of the jeff porter,uk`s,crazito longs will go down in history as investor visoionaries who got it right if it works or another pumper statistic getting burned by a biotech if it doesnt. as for me with kerx im a gambler. gamblers win some or lose some.i invest too but in only proven companies. then there are the barneys, the yosh`s and hawaiins of the world