Hi Minnesota! Just bought into this the other day and loving the profits! cant wait until INO gets some deals like this. Good to see you here friend.
good point my friend. agree that the solution is to get beyond antibiotics, just like the solution for cancer is to get beyond chemo. INO is working on both.
NLNK and Aduro just closed $1 billion dollar deals for similar technologies, so that is what I would expect from INO as well
central PA - Danville off I80, not far from Bucknell U, which is doing the ebola/bat disease research
the first mistake you made was going to msnbc for news, you will find more substance on the cartoon channel. but thanks, now I know who 1/3 of their audience is.
yes this is a huge potential market for INO. Much as INO has the potential to replace chemo for cancer, we have the potential to replace antibiotics for bacterial infections. 21st century medicine at its finest
the markets we are talking about here are HUGE: flu and antibiotic resistant bacteria. Not much bigger than that!
It seems to me that UPenn is the leading research center in the WORLD on these vaccine issues. Dr Weiner is perhaps the leading person on these issues, and Dr. Kim, having received his PhD from Penn (and MBA from Wharton) is the best educated CEO we could have for INO. A Triple Crown for shareholders. As someone who grew up in Pennsylvania and watched its long decline for the past 50 years, it is great to see Pennsylvania develop what will become a world beating company in this industry.
That's how I look at the Medimmune-UPenn deal. Still it is early in the quarter, so I think we can reach the end zone again and again.
wonder how long on average it takes to beat this virus, for those that do? she is young, so has better chance.