And thank you too social for always taking the time to answer even the most mundane questions I have asked. I have opened an account on the IV board, it is not as convenient yet as yahoo but I'm sure it will come with familiarity. Yahoo obviously doesn't know what they are doing and when a company fails to recognize their own success then they are doomed to failure. It was good while it lasted.
Reminds me of a Pat Travers song, "boom boom out go the lights" although that may be more appropriate to the Yahoo Message Board. I have voiced my complaintssss
"Do they follow up with a blood biopsy if the urine produces and unusual profile? "
Social, I don't think that is the intent as these tests are specific and are touted to be more accurate than blood tests. They are also producing test kits for hpv and in the article I read they said they would be able to test for early signs of rejection in transplant patients almost before it happened.
With all the scientists, biologists, doctors and biotech related experts on this board I wondered if any of you have an opinion on urine based liquid biopsy testing. Sometime ago I was reading a medical paper from the UK and they were touting the test kits from a company called Trovagene (trov) investigation showed that this company was actually located in my home town of San Diego ( I verified that they were not just a store front).
Are any of you familiar with this science, the claim is that the tests are faster, cheaper and far more accurate than blood biopsy tests.Thanks for indulging me.
Shire's (SHPG) shares rose sharply in the European morning after the pharmaceuticals company announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had approved its Xiidra eye drops.
The eye solution is indicated for the treatment of dry eye signs and symptoms in adults. It is the only prescription eye drop to be indicated for both the signs and symptoms of dry eyes in the U.S. The shares were up 5.21% when I last looked. Every get that sinking feeling that you boarded the wrong boat.... For Ohr, it's time for a turn around and a partnership would be a good start
No zach, I don't think this is old news, the Times has been at the forefront of breaking news regarding the possible buyout.
I would like to hear some actual figures though.
"And also the Astra news is over a month old and thus a repeat of old rumor by SA."
Report comes from London Sunday Times over the weekend, maybe this is New old news.
"A hedgehog haberdashery in Hoboken? A dingleberry dump in Duluth?..."
He is very sick, he has multiple ID's about his invisible friend, here are a few in addition to medivational
Give Sanofi a little time To go over the books, increase their offer and then announce the real buyer, that's kinda how I'd like it to happen anyway 😀
Well, it WAS listed as a top gainer AH but it doesn't look so great now!
I'm guessing we will have a BO offer announcement within two weeks.
"its value for humanity"
I do like your sentiment here, one of the most accurate statements yet!
Yes, people need to consider why it unjustly fell from $60's to the $30's in the first place
"I wonder if anyone here ever has experience or suggestions how to unload 275K shares in th open market?"
I haven't had that experiences, but it's much easier when there is a buyout because the stock trades at a discount to the offer until the deal closes and is thus supported by the higher price. When I sold pcyc ( I bought from $2.00 all the way up in the $180 range, I think) the buyout price was about $261 I sold everything at $255 on the open market.