If 2.0 makes it to the market, is there any reason why Walmart, Walgreens, etc would still sell Sudafed? Or is it that sometimes big money makes a deal with big money and they don't care about addicts making meth in the parking lot or the damage they do because it won't affect their profits?
The problem I see it price. Nexafed is more expensive than Sudafed, so that affects big store's interests. Hopefully the government will force big stores to replace Sudafed with Nexafed, that would send this stock to the moon.
The government can not force this. In effect, they would be asking law abiding citizen to swallow extra chemicals, so crocks will have hard times!? This would extend power of the Government to unprecedented levels. What would be next: hey, can you swallow this microchip because we want to track you/change your DNA/fix your mood/make you obedient/etc? The best for ACUR is to partner with a major company and achieve the economies of scale in its pricing of Nexafed.