I havent been on here since the stock collaped, so I am not up to date on anything. I remember the conferrence call around march 27th. My question is, if The news on Perifosine came only a few days after that conferrence, shouldnt have the company known what the results were goning to be???. How could they have given us shareholders such high expectations???. They spoke and talked as though they expected such promising results!. Isnt that very misleading to us??. Is that wrongful misconduct?.
Not sure to whom you are addressing your comments. If it is "Gary" you seek, he has enough threads to which you can respond. Sorry, but he and I are not one in the same. As for updating, I expect it will come in the next KERX conference call. They are the ones responsible inasmuch as the trial was conducted by KERX.
Anything is possible....but I would bet that after 438 spins of the roulette table...the numbers would have been much more randomized and therefore closer to 50:50, red:black. So, your comment basically supports what I have mentioned several times on this board, that we put all our faith on perifosine based upon a 35 person PII trial. Believe me, it is far far more likely that your roulette theory happened during the PII trial than during the PIII trial. This is exactly why pIII trials are run and why the FDA requires at least a certain level of participation...to weed out the "roulette effect" and make sure group participation is completely randomized.
i still think it is possible that the sickest people got in the pcap .when it is random. it is like roulette. i watched a table in Vegas once there were 28 reds in a row. and that is random to .they need to do in depth look at each person .thoughts ? george
Don't think that will have a big bearing on the outcome. The CAP is given 2x daily i.e. total of 2000 mg in the PIII trial. Also, the 1250 mg is considered very toxic to most patients. My question rests in the amount of the P given. In single treatment trials, P was given at 150 mg whereas in the dual treatments it was dropped to 50 mg. Be curious to see what level of P is being given in the Japan trial.