this guy does not like srpt
and he is now graduating into hinting at the company management playing with its d numbers
that photo mistake opened up the ability for bashers to start making such attacks
I venture to guess this weakness is more attributable to this Minyanville article. Inaccuracies, goes as far as say SRPT will need to run a PH3 trial. Its amazing how intellectually dishonest the commentary around this stock has become. But I guess thats the game with this one now.
"Its amazing how intellectually dishonest the commentary around this stock has become. But I guess thats the game with this one now."
I saw this morning on Bloomberg machine a liitle blurb noting that Sarepta has the 5th or 6th highest short interest of any stock right now - 40%. I think that's why we are always in this intellectually dishonest and continual crossfire each and every day. It's wild.
I am sure this has been debunked before, but is his latest post on the problems with IF junk science (not the +fibers vs. absolute levels of dystrophin argument, just why IF is not measuring +fibers correctly). Can someone please walk through why he is wrong? Many thanks.
The FDA will determin the surrogate marker issue as they see fit. No matter what is said here or by Dirky Hauserschnauser or by Ru and stockerjoker on twitter over the next 9 months. Wait for their decision and then if you don't like what they decide, study up on the issue and take them to court on it..
Dirk Haussecker, a/k/a/ RNAi Analyst, a/k/a Dirk Raat from Genta board is not an analyst. Just another message board hack who is actually subcontracted out by GSK to bash Sarepta. Don't believe me just look back to a couple of his blog posts the day before GSK starting questioning how Sarepta counts dystrophin. I guess we could have counted the way GSK did. Run three quant. assay's and pick the highest total and don't reveal which test revealed what value. "New Wave" scientific method, I guess.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Lol ! Biomerd, how about Gsk pre-assigning a given st.dev ito 6MWT data in its phase III study? That's instead of deriving it from the sample, something which produced an outcome they didm't like in phase II.
Hi. Clearly the way GSK did it was a joke. I am wondering however if there is anything to Dirk's complaints from a science standpoint about his complaints about IF? Is it unreliable but the best we have, or is he just full of it?
Max, Billy, and all the other boys on Eteplirsen for the last two years indicate that the SRPT data is accurate regardless of how desperate he is to malign SRPT. That, or they are experiencing the most incredible placebo effect ever seen. I'm going with, "Eteplirsen works" personally.
Yep, kind of interesting how Dirk never discusses the clear evidence of eteplirsen's value as seen in the children. It's like they don't even exist. The guy's a baffoon who fails to look at the entire picture, instead of focusing on every negative aspect he can find.