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  • donjayouworry donjayouworry Feb 13, 2013 11:44 AM Flag

    CEO keeps giving us reasons to load up ... Proof of Concept

    I spent a number of years with a big public company. I'll let you in on a little secret...people who work for public companies read their company's Yahoo Message Board. I've met plenty of people from other companies (all sizes) and they read their company's Yahoo Message boards too. While they don't obsess on these boards (or post on them except for the dude at Whole Foods a few years back), most get home from a long day's work and run through their board often for the pure amusement of it all. Granted Tom probably has more folks on Ignore than I do, but chances are he knows the long time Longs on this board have spent a lot of time (since August) questioning what Proof Of Concept is. When/how will it be achieved? Is it a mathematical formula? A wave of probability ranges? FDA approval? Something else? He succinctly answered (without being asked) on the audio interview released today that Proof Of Concept is successful completion of Phase II. Simple. That's it. Done. Punto. So now we know Advaxis has 1) Conclusive Safety Data. 2) Is in advanced discussions with prospective partners/licensees. 3) Is weeks to months away from Efficacy Proof Of Concept. One might even conclude that since the CIN 2/3 Phase II has 3 distinct arms, you could look at each individual arm as an opportunity to establish POC. Since Tom knows the results from mid-dose already, has hired O'Connor to close a deal, and since 1) and 2) (above) have already been communicated by Tom, it is reasonable to assume that from Tom's perspective Advaxis has ACHIEVED POC too. if you haven't listened to the interview yet, you should and pay attention particularly to his comments on Risk (of investing in biotech companies generally) and the possible reward prospective Advaxis shareholders can experience.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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