Well, if the PDL-1 low expressors survive for 44 months then you have to think that arm will go a similar length of time.
Maybe they halt the trial before that (??)
I haven't seen the slides. I tried to find the webcast the other night and couldn't find it.
My views and thoughts are rough and uneducated.
Do you know what the design is ?? How many arms and what the arms will be ??
I'm also thinking why is the FDA making us do a 4-yr Piii for something for brain cancer ??
We all know what Standard of Care does. We know what Prophage can do. Prophage doesn't hurt anyone.
Just trying to think what will be the design for the Prophage Piii that we'll be paying for...
Arm 1: Standard of Care alone
Arm2: SOC plus Prophage
Arm3: SOC plus Prophage plus PDL-1
Arm 4: Prophage plus PDL-1 minus SOC. (???)
Arm 1 patients will die in 14 months.
Arm 2 will die in 18 months
Arm3 will die in 44 months.
Arm4 somewhere in between.
I guess we'll know more in 4 years.
I'm sorry...I'm thinking we need a partner to help us carry this load.
Might open as bad as Greek debt.
Might go higher if we get clarification of something interesting.
It's got to be for Prophage Piii, going it alone.
Acquisition would be interesting. But....I'm thinking Prophage Piii with our own PDL-1. But, our PDL-1 hasn't gone through Pi and Pii. Can we do that ?? If we can't then we have to use BMY's Opdivo as the PDL-1.
So...why not get BMY to pay for the Piii ??
Thanks, Agenusfan2....so 18 million shares x 6.60 is roughly 118 million. What did we have at the last CC ??
Was it 80 million in cash left ? So...that's roughly 200 million in cash.
That might be enough for a Piii for Prophage. We do have a healthy burn rate.
I don't know, Ced....
I'm all for partnerships.
Remember Oncophage and HerpV ??
Make someone else pay the big bucks and then move onto the next thing.
It fits the timeline for the Prophage Piii.
I was hoping we could partner Prophage with somebody with deep pockets.
from the offering ??
Basically.....everywhere where people eat highly-glycemic food: rice, corn,potatoes, beer (liquid bread), and bread. That would the US, Eastern Europe, India, China, Japan, etc.
If you eat highly-glycemic food and don't run a marathon right after, it gets stored as fat and that leads to diabetes.