Just curious about this. Say what you will about the DOD, but when they light upon a piece of ordnance that works, they tend to just buy it. Their approach to business would be a refreshing change from the politics of Marge, Hubby & Co. (And no, I am not suggesting that I expect news of DOD to be discussed today. But I do note that Robyn at DB has grown tepid in her support, whereas Merrill (latter presentation today) was one of the secondary underwriters along with BofA and Morgan. IF we had something up our sleeve, I think we'd favor sharing it with Merrill rather than DB.)
Operating rooms in Iraq and I think Afganistan had massive problems with acineobactor soldiers called it Iraqabactoer, lots of guys are on antibiotics for the rest of their lives just to keep it at bay. Sarepta did to quick reaction tests and the bugs were kept secret. One of them happened about the time of a big ecoli outbreak in Europe that some thought was a terrorist attack. available drug for some of these bugs could be worth alot, TKMR was bragging up how much they thought they were going to get.