Actually if his friend is a pharmacist he could reference the statewide prescription database used to monitor for script hopping and get a number. Multiplying that by the typical percent the state accounts for (works better in CA or TX) you could come up with a number. Margin of error could be 20% easily.
Your right. How could I have missed it. If they just update the website suddenly everyone will start investing (i.e. buying your shares so the price goes up). And here I thought it had to to with sales. My bad.
I like to think Afrezza is the big dog. But let's consider that all user's are going through a learning curve. And they're learning to use it WAY differently than the trials which guides all information the Drs currently have. I fully expect SNY to take these user experiences and codify them into a cohesive set of information explaining "best practices". Problem is we're still learning what those practices are. Yes, it would be great if information flowed through the medical community at the speed of the internet but it doesn't.
SNY has said they don't advertize for the first 6 months. Why are you expecting anything before then?
So will updating the website improve sales? Change any negotiations for further Technosphere developments? Will it do anything other than give you one less thing to complain about?
Who's buying their data? You think they'd buy it if they thought it was manipulated? Some ideas people come up with ...
That's why phenomenal percent of users are posting reviews on WebMD. 'Cause the users really hate it. Only they keep screwing up and giving 5 stars. You finally figured it out.
True. But how off are the numbers? you saying instead of 800 prescriptions (40/800=5%) there's what, 1600? we're still at 2.5%, phenomenal. 3200? Glad to hear it and we're still posting at better than 1%, again still unheard of.
If i was such beast, wuld likely prefer te pen option that sucking down two or three inhalers during lunch.
At least they speak English better than you.