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  • yassen_gregorivich yassen_gregorivich Jan 3, 2013 12:48 PM Flag

    Gee, Adam F-you-stein is against NPSP making money

    Today's article in TheCrookedStreet is the latest volley in manipulation.

    If Adam were the patient, he might think differently. One day he will realize it.

    I wonder how many orphan drugs will NOT be pursued, and those patients abandoned because of jerk offs like Adam F.

    It is like abortion Adam, if you don't want one, don't have one. If people don't pay the prices, then they will come down. It isn't up to you, someone on the sidelines, to make that determination.

    For the record, I believe that Adam F. is overpaid and his salary should be CUT IN HALF. If you agree with me, then rec this post. Maybe we can get TheCrookedStreet to cut his pay because WE don't think he is worth it.

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    • I wuz right, but did not expect over a 3 million share sell! and by the way, nobody answered my question about how many people are affected by the medical problems this drug is supposed to help. 3 million today, 3 million tomorrow, back to the cellar. If it could be sold in Wal-Mart and Costco we would be able to be living on an Island like a previous poster said.

    • Adam F. is usually hard up to find subjects to talk about so he finds an angle (usually negative) to
      turn a story. I suggest that everone read the Forbes article put out today - Yahoo NPSP news . This article is very informative and the price for Gattex as explained by NPSP certainly makes sense.
      This most likely a buying opportunity for those interested.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • There is no need using profanities but the timing of the Forbes article is highly suspicious. More interresting is that the author of the Forbes article (Matthew Herper) is a good friend of Adam.

    • Boys and Girls, Can we say #$%$" to Adam F.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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