to all those other cancer drugs that complete resolve c-MET and VEGFR2 drugs.
Kind of like Bristol Myers as a copycat drug company who hasn't produced a single drug from their own research departments since taxol, and that was pure f----ing luck
"Cabo is a copycat to all those other cancer drugs that complete resolve c-MET and VEGFR2 drugs. "
Sounds like your speaking a bit of foreign pidgin now, but I think I get your gist. How about a few examples of "all those other drugs"?
so, so solly, I should have been using my stocklooking alias
meanwhile, I think I'll order some cabozantinib from a research chemical distribution company, who doesn't have it in inventory, but can promise me some 25 mg in 6 weeks, after they contact their synthetic contract labs to find out which one will take the job promising delivery in 4 weeks [after which they'll "need a couple more weeks" as the complex, multi-stage, convergent synthesis required will cause distress to the half-wit chemists in a dirty warehouse lab they have hired] and which will come, not as 99% pure, but likely 67% (if lucky), whereby the price will go up, as the synthetic contract lab 'supplier' will be forced to charge more (prices subject to change on availability) if the distributor wants a larger quantity (100 mg or so) (to be delivered in another 3-6 months)---but, hey, I know nuthin' about that...never been there, never done that
So, in spite of your posts suggesting you know something about chemistry/pharmacology - you really are clueless. I recognize your alias. Seems you used to pass yourself off as somebody that knew something about investing in biotechs. You don't know much about anything do you?
in other words, you are actually supporting the access of therapeutic quantities of cabo through Asian chemical outlets? Please do elaborate, or are you just a spineless fraud like the rest here?
Taxol was not produced in the research dept at Bristol Myers. Both Cis Platinum and Taxol were handed to Bristol Myers by the federal govt which got cis platinum by luck thru a research grant for someone working on e coli growing in an electric field and taxol via a federally funded botanist working on why fungi did not grow on Pacific yew trees. That being said, Cabo is ahead of many of the other drugs and should do fine. Just a note to my Republican friends, almost all the oncology drugs used in my practice came directly or indirectly from government funded research