Thank you for your evaluation of the news release.
I have to wonder. What percentage would survive if they received a full treatment regime (which I think is about half a dozen injections + a booster) and treating those that are at a much lesser stage of illness? Just wondering.
I e-mailed Ms. Sommerfeld again and asked her if she could possibly post the Power Point presentation to the AVAX web site so that others may view it.
She included a powerpoint presentation which was presented at the Biotech showcase. It's quite informative.
Unfortunately.... I can't figure out how to put it on the board. Sorry, wish I knew how.
I took the liberty of sending a thank you to Ms. Sommerfeld and staff for releasing the O-Vax trials results on time. As you, I and the rest of the retail shareholders know, transparency, information and keeping the timing of promises to the shareholders has ... shall we say been pretty much non-existent over the past years. In this case they kept their word and posted the results - in January as they said they would. I'm no expert by any means, but the results seem to look promising. Is there someone else on the board that can chime in with their opinion as to the results?
Now, if the FDA will cooperate???????
Good luck to you.
If all you cool-aid drinkers get burned here, don't say you weren't warned.
I've posted nothing but facts, on how this company has been run into the ground ($1+ down to .06), but the multiple aliases of a small few individuals is not worth the hassle.
But when this thing comes back and bites you on the ... , just remember you were given factual info. Do yourselves a favor and look at the actual DD and don't take a CEO's word for anything.
Just my opinion.
I should add. You may be secure with this investment, but many aren't. Once NNLX sat at over a dollar, now it sits at roughly .06 cents. And you think BB is running the company well??????
If there ever was an insult anyones intelligence.... it's you Erick.
BB promised yearly shareholders meetings. Didn't keep it.
BB promised BOD elections on a scheduled election basis. Didn't keep it.
BB has put financials out on such a sporadic level, there is no way of knowing what money is coming in and what money is going out - and where to.
BB has put key patents in his name and not company's - a major NO NO for a public company.
I have yet to see any major project that has come to fruition - except for the flatpack - which he keeps in his name as the assignee. And to which it would appear he works the hardest at on getting through the system.
As far as tugging at your heart? I'll use the same two words you seem to hand out to any you disagree with - FO.
So in closing everything I've said is true to my knowledge. I own shares and don't bother to short "any" stocks of any company.
Time for some of the longs to grow up and take a good look at their investment with this company and how it's being run.
Just my opinion
I for one am "NOT" a stock manipulator.
My complaints as to the way the company is run are legitimate.
MY examples are such as:
Return any and ALL patents that are not in Nanologix name to Nanologix's name.
Start having shareholders meetings annually. (Was promised by BB.)
Start having regular BOD elections. (Was promised by BB.)
Start putting out a quarterly financial update.
These are NOT bashing a stock and as a shareholder I have a RIGHT to voice my opinions as to what I find to be a very poor running of a "PUBLIC COMPANY".
Don't know if I'm right or not, but I thought that's when the phase 3 trials for M-Vax are to start - if/when they get the money they need.
They need to get the trial results out for the O-Vax trial ASAP.
I say it's BB. Reasoning is as above "NANOLOGIX" is a trade marked name . Only BB can use it.
Just my opinion.
Personally I think knows EXACTLY what he is doing .... now.
In the beginning I think he knew he could take it only so far on his own. But his pride and not wanting to share in any of the spoils of company victory has led him to the point he is at now. He is between a rock and a hard place with the company. A lot of too little, too late. A lot of false promises. I use EPA, FDA, Middle East deals, etc. as examples. I think the patents (in his name) represent a golden parachute to him in case all goes south with NNLX and why he put them in his name and why he removed the flatpack patent from Nanologix as assignee. (i don't believe it was a clerical error)
All just my personal opinion.
Which could change if he can transfer the assignee status of the patents back to Nanologix.
"One of them probably is the person who established the Nanologix Research company, just waiting for the opportunity to smear the real NNLX by implying some conflict just when news started flowing."
Are you some kind of moron or are you just that delusional about NNLX? That kind of reasoning puts you at least 3 cans shy of a six pack. What a DOPE!
And yea, that "IS" my opinion.