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Palomar Medical Technologies Inc. Message Board

  • gletwonn gletwonn Jun 1, 2006 2:35 PM Flag

    How about some popular stories,

    in which have been priced into this stock. 1)In the lawsuit, Palomar is alleging that Cutera's laser-based hair-removal products infringe . Cutera believes that its products do not infringe, and that the patent should be invalidated. 2) Syneron could beat Palomar to the punch in introducing home-use devices, though having marketing support from Procter & Gamble (PG), Gillette, suggests that a little tardiness won't help Palomar too much...IMO, Lawsuit either way, but I do not believe the FDA will aprove these devices for consumer use (nuts, drunks, babies), do we have the capacity to use laser home-use devices, don't think so...

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    • You do not understand how dramatic the influence of PMTI - direct and indirect via partners - is to the complete market of laser treatments in the cosmetic arena.

      PMTI is ahead of the game in many ways.

      Had a conversation with michael Smotrich about 10 years ago; he is a brilliant guy at PMTI and revolutionized the market for the usage of lasers in cosmetic>/medical fields: michael introduced the first laser in the 60th
      in the medical field. He is - hopefully I am right remembering - coming from the most prestigious research center from russia; well, many good technologies are not from america but from other countries but brought to the market in the US.

      PMTI is doing its homework; companies as ELOS only "promote themselves" and feel like kings but will see the reality sometimes.....

    • Hey little man, go run down the street and buy yourself a laser pointer at K-Mart or Best Buy.