People buy Bayer or Tylenol and pay 300 to 400 per cent more than generic acetaminophen or asa because consumers do not know the difference. My point is there is room for all types of products with different routes of administration. Consumers will pay more for a new gadget just because it exists. Men pay $15 dollars a pill for Cialis just to get an erection. My guess is consumers will not mind paying $95 to get rid of a headache. Actually, a man will pay $110. $95 to have their loved one get the patch and get rid of the headache and $15 for Viagara if you get my drift.
Agree, just watched YouTube the so called needle free injection, kind of horrible, both the equipment and the hairy guy. Forgot where i read it, more women suffer migraine than men. Cannot immagine any lady would use the injection on the thigh when the patch is available over the arm.