What makes it a game changer is the possibly of a partner stepping forward.
Warrants were issued in December in the 70 cent range. I imagine the warrant holders were exercising and dumping them.
EFUT has stated in a conference call they were planning to do a deal with Alibaba. EFUT has an omnichannel mobile platform which uses all avenues, such as social media, to drive sales to local stores. You'll recall Target used this approach for their Lilly Pulizter sale which sold out in hours. EFUT has more than 2M signed up in their pilot program. Recently, insiders did a private placement with the company to the tune of $3.2M. The company only has 2.95M in the float and they bought 968k shares in the private placement. Wouldn't be surprised if BABA bought them out. Gross profit margins were up 48% YoY.
798k shares at around $4.03 per share with a 180 day lockup. Big vote of confidence from Chairman, CEO, and CFO! $3.2M in cash on April 13.
The FDA clearance for unresectable liver tumors sends a message loud and clear that the equipment is capable of treating these kinds of tumors. Although it was already approved for that, insurance companies were reluctant to cover it, considering it different enough from RF that it needed more studies. Yet, according to a 2012 American Medical Association publication (Clinical Examples in Radiology, Vol. 8, Issue 3; Summer 2012), microwave is part of the radiofrequency spectrum, and simply uses a different part of the radiofrequency spectrum to develop heat energy to destroy abnormal tissue. Therefore, they instruct that microwave ablation should be reported using the CPT codes for radiofrequency ablation – 32998 (pulmonary), 47382 (liver), and 50592 (renal).
As to too many tumors, a friend of mine was told the same thing as his cancer had spread to the liver. I think too many tumors treated with ablation might lead to a non-functioning liver (mostly scar tissue). But some reports I've read have stated that ablation may be used to buy time, ie. to slow progression long enough until a liver transplant becomes available. You might consider that option.
Best wishes to you.
Check out VLTC. Just did an offering, doubling shares outstanding.
Looks like Dupuy is taking on the role for thermal ablation that Sennewald had for hyperthermia. Wonder if this new doctor can sell an MTX-180 to Sloan Kettering.
Hard to imagine WMT would drop since they sell under their Great Value brand and would have to re-qualify another vendor. There is no reason to over a silly lawsuit. WMT gets these lawsuits all the time, so they have a team of lawyers I'm sure that have looked this case over and decided it's a non-event.
Looks like they didn't do a sale-leaseback of their building. They borrowed $750k against it for 1 year.