Yeah, AIS is their partner in crime like KERX/AEZS.
There is a non FDA libigel (libigel.org) but I don't imagine it works well. Sort of like Colon cleanse pills.
Female Viagra has a nice $$$ring to it. I own all 4 companies shares. FDA PDUFA for AIS tomorrow.
We are simply shareholders of the companies.
If I was from Canada and saw AEZS's president buying a blue tie at Macys. Then I also purchase a blue tie. This doesn't qualify as insider information.
It's basically following a trend...
Maybe blue ties are going to be the new fashion trend...Time will tell.
They do look good. A female sexual dysfunction is something to keep an eye on.
Their from Illinois just as myself. I believe they are in the northern burbs, whereas I'm from Orland Park, IL, a south-western burn 25 miles outside of Chicago.
Depends how you look at it. It's like drug names. There are generic names and there are brand names.
Generic domains are unable to be trademarked.
For instance, Abiraterone in .com
For instance, a new domain we registered today Ulinastatin.com, a generic name of a drug that had some great clinical news today.
Knowledge is power, right?
Expiration date in pretty much whatever.
When drug-related domain sales occur, it makes for near-insider knowledge without doing anything unethical.
You guys can confirm my honestly, simply check the WHOIS for other domains we own and maintain:
We have VERY MUCH medical-related properties therefore we know big pharma decides on making moves...