I want to say clearly that Inol is not exclusive in selling a test kit for this test..many others apparently sell a kit..have been selling kits..will continue to sell kits..there is no exclusivity except with Inohealth which itself has no exclusivity to the Whatman Easicollect kit..
there are other kits but the main criteria is which one gives quick and efficient result? If labs or other kits take 7 to 10 days and INOL kits at physicians' offices take one day- then anyone can guess what will happen to this stock! I hope more news coming soon. also the test might be declared mandatory soon ,so all kits will make revenue.
If test is not even set to be mandatory, physicians will recommend their patients to take the point-of-care test mainly for two reasons: The way Plavix and gene GYP2C19 work and the black box warning by FDA. Either way (mandatory or not) INOL gonna be a winner.
when I knew VRMLQ got FDA approval of its blood test application, the price of VRMLQ was just around $3.0,I closely monitored it day and day later on, but it soon climbed to over $10.00 and lastly reached to $30.00, it was a miracle in 2009 market. But comparing with HGSI in 2009, it was still a small dish!!!
I dont know vrmlq, but do they have a similar test? or are they a pharmaceutical company? I know INOL was shorted like mad ,and I believe it will not last long , or might be over. Let's hope to see new highs next week.