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  • iamthewellbeing iamthewellbeing Nov 28, 2012 9:33 PM Flag

    NOT ONE large scale phase 3 successful viable antisense drug in the history of the world since 1984.

    See this?;range=my;compare=isis;indicator=volume;charttype=area;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=off;source=undefined;

    What did VICAL say to shareholders in 2000 to cause that massive *pop* benefiting those who knew to sell? (or short)

    You make fun of ISIS investors, but at least ISIS has been HONEST.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • No, I feel very very sorry for Isis investors since 1997. I'm not so sorry for the big pharmas who have lost over a $Billion on antisense research. The list is long and yet Shorty plays the dark game at your expense etc. ( He and youknowwho have become wealthy by playing the game.) Sad. You were all warned the same as I warned Lilly, Lilly lost over $300 million alone due to a few of their ego scientist. Wake up ! Genius, be honest for you have been a victim for many years and seem to love it. SAD again. Gilead, Novartis etc. are glad they dumped antisense on the Crooke. Sad again. : (

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      • well, feeling sad for investors is the tenor of our time. The judges will label a red herring, what was in truth a fake herring. Politicians pocket ill gotten gains from inside information, now through their blind trusts. Money flows from biotech boutiques to specific politicians of which I can name many by rote, where the recipients try to become President of the US. All will be outed during their respective campaigns. The people will not allow crooks in the top places, I hope. Because the Judicial and supremes support white collar crime with glee, companies get shadier and shadier. Your observation of sadness is noted. I concur, but possibly with wider opened eyes.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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