Other side effects are possible. Acthar may make certain other medical conditions worse such as diabetes (may increase blood sugar); cause eye problems such as cataracts, increased pressure in the eye (glaucoma), and possible damage to the optic nerve; and cause allergic reactions to Acthar (seen as skin rash, swelling of the face, tongue, lips, or throat, and trouble breathing). Acthar may affect growth and physical development after long-term use. Long-term use of Acthar may cause an increase in the size of the heart, but this condition usually goes away after Acthar is stopped.
The most common side effects of Acthar in infants include infections, increased blood pressure, irritability and changes in behavior, changes in appetite and weight, diarrhea, and vomiting. Other adverse reactions reported in adults and children over 2 years of age included abdominal bloating, anxiety, asthma, chest discomfort, congestive heart failure, dizziness, shortness of breath, redness of the face, fluid retention, flushing, headache, injection site pain, tiredness, muscle weakness, nervousness, rapid heart rate, and lack of energy. Tell your doctor if there is any side effect that bothers you or your child or that does not go away.
With all these side effects, who would use it on their infants.
And aren't we worried about legal claims for all these side effects?
Vical is a different company Really! In what way?
Sounds like someone sentenced to prison a couple months ago, now claiming to be a changed person.
And you people want to compare charts and predict that vicl will follow the same pattern, makes me laugh.
So you want us to believe the stars are all lined up, the horoscopes are positive, and the sorcerer's are in favor of vicl.
Really people, that all sounds very convincing, but I'm a show me the beef kind of person and you ain't shown me anything.
It was quite obvious that a run to 61 was coming.
With earnings and any other news coming out soon, I definitely expect to see a run to at least 65-70
I just wish I had bought more than a lousy 100 shares.
Shorting a stock is not the same as someone selling, so I never understood how shorting can drive the pps down. You have to sell more shares than people are willing to buy, don't you?
The law of supply and demand.
What makes this pump and dump any different than the last one?
All one has to do is go to Florida in January and you can discuss healthcare with many Canadians, British,and lots of Europeans.
I did and all were quite happy with their systems, I'm free to report.
The British couple I spoke with told me that once you retire at a certain age you no longer even pay for healthcare, and if you lose your job in England your healthcare is still provided.
I honestly found no one complaining unlike here.
Those two above posters sound like worried investors who are trying to convince themselves that nirvana lies just over the next hill.