That's terrific Miss Kitty! I'm so happy for you! I'd like to also send out thanks to you (and the Beav) for your excellent information and advice on these boards. I've been following along since TSRX! You definitely have earned to good Karma!
Perfect storm, and the right weather for it. Tolstoy said the two most powerful warriors are patience and time. I believe it with regard to this company.
Hope all is well! Yeah, the shorts are having a free-for-all up in here. Entertainment at its best.
"More patients in the SNPS arm had successful pain control than patients who received morphine (78.5% and 65.6%; P=0.007). Both patients and nurses were more likely to report being satisfied with the sublingual device. Patients receiving pain control through SNPS were less likely to drop out of the study because of adverse events (7.3% vs. 10%), lack of efficacy (7.3% vs. 8.9%) or other reasons (2.8% vs. 5.6%).
“The sufentanil NanoTab PCA system was not only equally efficacious to IV PCA morphine, it had a faster onset (statistically significant by one hour), and was better tolerated in the sense that fewer patients had oxygen desaturation events,” said Mike Royal, MD, JD, MBA, chief of clinical affairs at AcelRx and an author of the study, presented at the 2013 spring meeting of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (abstract 73). “Given that the patient can be unchained from the heavy PCA pumps and IV poles, we think our easy-to-use handheld pre-programmable system will be welcomed by health care practitioners,” he said.
“This is a very novel system,” said Christopher Wu, MD, professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in Baltimore, who was not involved with the trial. 'Oral is always preferable to IV if we can afford it. "
for stocks. If this is as bad as it gets - we probably should count our blessings. Maybe a Santa Claus rally in the coming months. Better days are ahead.
"No bodies"? I suddenly feel a whole lot better about myself.
Imagine how the folks who bought the shares at the last offering feel. I'm in at 10.80 for 6k. Seems like buyers have moved their money to greener pastures for the time being. They'll come running when IT starts running. And if and when a partner jumps on board - all bets are off. Seems like TSRX was pretty sideways when that payday came in. I guess it's about your timeline and your confidence level. GLTA.
I agree; when I looked at the SP this afternoon, I expected to see a buy out PR on the feed.