Hey "hgf-101", I hope you've calm down, pal.
You seemed to be gripped by some kind of "paroxysm of emotion" over my prior post discussing today's rejection of "FCSC submission" by the FDA.
Dude, this message board is for the free exchange of ideas.
I am heartened that you connected with the incisive ideas in my post, however; they were merely intended to inform and educate "my esteemed fellow investors"; they were never intended to spark such apoplectic eruption as what you displayed.
So calm down, and don't hurt anybody within your close proximity, but even more important, please don't hurt yourself, eh.
As you can see by postings, I am not one to hand out cotton candy, nor fluff about FCSC to you and your "FCSC-group-think" investment cult, pal.
I believe all "investment ideas" should withstand 360 degrees of rigorous debate at any hour of the day.
If it can't, then it is certainly not ready to be a publicly traded company, and should be private concern.
So broaden your focus, and stretch that scalp; start using your brain, after all it isn't a "hat-rack" -- you know -- it is a "THINK BOX".
Yeah, I know. What a concept, eh... your "Scare-Crow-Bird-Brain" is... a HUMAN-THINK-BOX!!
You are now edified, pal.
Wow! You FCSC-longs are working overtime to "keep the FCSC-Flock" from bolting there position and running for the hills.
Come on Reid, Mukenaki -- oops, I meant -- Winduk..., do you guys really think folks are gonna drink your "Kool-aid" of buying the falling knife into the potential $0.30's with "today's disappointing FDA-News" to the FCSC management?
Anytime there is "FCSC Bad News" you are the first ones to jump in with a lot of: blah, blah, blah... buy more, buy more.. blah, blah, blah... we are going HIGHER... blah, blah, blah... heaven is just around the corner, blah, blah, blah... we are takin' off to the moon, blah, blah, blah... the FDA rejection is no BIG DEAL... just buy more like we are lying to you now, about adding at these levels, eh...
Just tell the board YOU FCSC-longs, just tell "all FCSC current and all FCSC potential investors" one thing -- just answer this one question for this message board and for all my very "esteemed fellow investors".
Why should investors plunk down their "precious hard earned capital" on FCSC, when your pumpers have been soo' wrong since the FDA approval of Laviv back on June 22?
What "single thing" has change since then that make your credibility "rock solid on December 13th", that we should follow your advice and throw -- what appears to be -- "GOOD MONEY after BAD with today's "FCSC, FDA serious rejection?"
The FDA rejected because they thought the current number of restrictive burn patients could be more than 200,000. That is the market size may be bigger than FCSC estimated.
Not getting OS is not such a big deal in that case. The major benefit of orphan status is the exclusion of competition selling a treatment with the same mechanism of action. Given the autologous nature of laViv, this sort of competition would be unlikely anyway.