Everyone,, investors, patients, company employees, the medical community, everyone will benefit from this last minute direction change,, to kick the funding can down the road..
No other explanation.. CUR management-employees have more to lose than anyone.. Something happened for them to want to wait a few months before agreeing to a funding deal..
Don't know what it is,, maybe the first patients in the NSI-189 are already smiling.. Or maybe a new BP just made a last minute offer.. Common sense says this last minute funding change must have a valid explanation...
OK, I want to believe you in part, but they really could not have found $2 million any other way than to cause this dilution at such a cost to shareholder??? No private loans or private equity offerings?? And at $.40/share?? Why not at $.92/share where the fair price was at the announcement of the offering. It is not adding up for the existing shareholders. Moreover, if you are right, then this looks/smells like an intentional bear raid to give away 6 million shares + to someone at the expense of the existing shareholders, where they would not have been able to do it privately.