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homebuilder_watcher 132 posts  |  Last Activity: 18 hours ago Member since: Dec 4, 2001
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    Regarding FDA on injectable.

    by stemcellmagnet Jun 3, 2015 11:42 PM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 5, 2015 4:30 PM Flag

    We know all about it Candy and look forward to the end game

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    Dilution of preferred stock

    by davexreynolds May 28, 2015 9:45 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 4, 2015 3:18 PM Flag

    Your preferreds will be taken from you at a time not of your choosing

  • homebuilder_watcher by homebuilder_watcher Jun 4, 2015 12:52 PM Flag

    For anyone wanting detailed info on the company I just posted a link on stocktwits under DARA

  • homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 4, 2015 12:44 PM Flag

    cadalus, I posted an article about the buyer on stock twits. They raised a fair amount of cash when they went public, I think last year, so apparently investors felt they had a decent business

  • homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 4, 2015 12:41 PM Flag

    I have worked in the M&A area for 30 years. You folks don't seem to understand that public companies, before they accept a buy out offer,must go to their board with a fairness opinion from an investment bank. The company has already been valued by their investment bank in order to opine to the board whether the offer reflects fair value. I always laugh when the ambulance chasers point to a price target from an analyst as if some pie in the sky target means that is what the company is actually worth, particularly what it is worth today.

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    $1.11 Is All You Get?

    by mlady6968 Jun 4, 2015 7:31 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 4, 2015 8:02 AM Flag

    $1.20 plus contingent cash in 2017 and 2018 but that is iffy. Pretty clear that DARA's managemnt isn't capable of running a business so might as well deploy your money elsewhere.

  • Reply to

    Dilution of preferred stock

    by davexreynolds May 28, 2015 9:45 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 3, 2015 11:21 AM Flag

    davexreynolds..the preferreds at this point are short termin nature which will be gone shortly after closing.

  • Reply to

    Cashed out today

    by dcxavier Apr 9, 2015 10:51 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 3, 2015 11:18 AM Flag

    It would be nuts to issue common at this price. As I suggested, the short term preferred rateisn't an issue. Buyer can easily replace with cheaper capital

  • homebuilder_watcher by homebuilder_watcher Jun 2, 2015 11:07 PM Flag

    See article link on stock twits

    Increasing Safety of Revision Surgery by Decreasing Scar Tissue
    research-icon The use of Amniofix in spinal fusion surgeries may reduce scar tissue formation and adhesion and lead to safer, easier revision spine surgeries.

    Lead In

    Scar tissue forms as part of the natural healing process. Any type of surgery can result in scar tissue formation. Promising results from the study conducted by the Spinal Research Foundation showed that the use of dehydrated amniotic membrane can help reduce scar formation and promote wound healing. With less scar formation, surgeons could have an easier time during secondary surgeries, leading to less damage for the patients. The rate of complications from surgery could be decreased as well.

    Summary of Amniofix

    Any type of surgery can result in scar tissue formation. In the spine, scar tissue can cause pain, and it makes later surgeries in the same area more difficult and riskier. Spinal patients can sometimes need more than one surgery in the same area for a variety of reasons, including removal of instrumentation or revision surgeries. If scar tissue has formed, these later surgeries can be very difficult for surgeons. The Spinal Research Foundation investigated the use of amniotic membrane as a method to reduce scar tissue.

    The SRF study showed promising results, with 4 out of 5 patients showing less scar tissue formation. This allowed for easier surgeries, since the tissues in the area would not stick together as terribly as they would with normal scar formation. Back pain and leg pain decreased on average, with back pain decreasing a significant amount.

    Studies show that the use of amniotic membrane can assist in the healing of wounds, due to its unique properties, such as reducing inflammation and reducing scar tissue formation. While the usage of dehydrated amniotic membrane in the spine has not been widely used, SRF’s study shows promise in this area looking forward.

  • homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 2, 2015 11:11 AM Flag

    Candy, see the several posts from this weekend detailing 2 years of your 100% incorrect claims and moronic shorts at $4 and $5 with predictions of $2. The old saying "the pot calling the kettle black" comes to mind. Your picture is next to the word ignorant in Webster's Dictionary.

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    EpiFix vs OSIR product

    by homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 11:39 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 2, 2015 11:08 AM Flag

    That's what I get for reading stuff on my iPhone. At my age, even progressives only work so well.

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    short reasons

    by halloweencandy2013 May 30, 2015 2:38 PM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 12:20 PM Flag

    By the way candy, MDXG has been my most favorite koolaid flavor ever. Love me 1000% Koolaid. Yummy yummy for my net worth.

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    EpiFix vs OSIR product

    by homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 11:39 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 12:15 PM Flag

    New Product Betters Standard of Care for Diabetic Ulcer
    Pam Harrison
    May 27, 2015
    More rapid healing and a greater likelihood of achieving complete wound closure has been observed for diabetic foot ulcers treated with a new three-layer porcine small intestine submucosa (SIS) wound-care product than with standard care, new research indicates.

    The study, using the Oasis Ultra Tri-Layer Matrix product (Smith & Nephew), was published recently in Advances in Wound Care and presented as a poster at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. It showed that ulcers were more than twice as likely to close with the new product vs standard care and that they closed earlier.

    "Once a wound has gone from an acute to chronic stage, time to healing is drastically greater, and there are a lot of factors that make the wound extremely debilitating for the patient both from a quality-of-life standpoint as well as the likelihood of developing an infection and the need for low- and high-level amputations," lead author Shawn Cazzell, DPM, Valley Vascular Surgery Associates of Fresno, California, told Medscape Medical News.

    "So there is a dramatic need to heal these wounds in as short a time as possible, and the results of the Oasis Ultra Tri-Layer Matrix study were quite powerful and underscore the need for a shift in the way doctors approach the management of foot ulcers in patients with diabetes," he added.

    Asked to comment, Charles Zelen, DPM, Professional Education and Research Institute, Roanoke, Virginia, and principal investigator on a number of wound-healing studies, told Medscape Medical News that while the Oasis technology of small intestinal submucosa will definitely help heal wounds, recent amniotic membrane technology that embeds 57 growth factors and cytokines to accelerate wound healing has been shown to heal diabetic wounds better.

    Dr Zelen noted that in an earlier study he had conducted using a dehydrated human amnion/chorion membrane allograft (EpiFix, MiMedx Group), the healing rate was greater than 90% in a group of patients with diabetic ulcers.

    Furthermore, the product healed the majority of wounds in an average of just over 2 weeks, prompting Dr Zelen to conclude that this particular wound dressing should be the treatment of choice for diabetic ulcers. EpiFix is also the most cost-effective product currently available, he asserts.

  • homebuilder_watcher by homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 11:39 AM Flag

    see article I posted on stock twits

  • Reply to

    Dilution of preferred stock

    by davexreynolds May 28, 2015 9:45 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 10:54 AM Flag

    Yes, I am. Been at this probably since you were in diapers.

  • Reply to

    Cashed out today

    by dcxavier Apr 9, 2015 10:51 AM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher Jun 1, 2015 10:53 AM Flag

    $300M????

  • homebuilder_watcher by homebuilder_watcher May 31, 2015 1:07 PM Flag

    by halloweencandy2013 • Mar 21, 2014 1:58 PM
    I was thinking about going long here, but I think I'll wait for either $4, $3, or even $2 or when Pete is no longer in charge. (Sorry Candy, he's still in charge..your SEC prediction didn't pan out)
    Sentiment: Strong Sell

    by halloweencandy2013 • Jan 20, 2014 9:35 AM
    There's always a response! Automatic sells, planned attack, stop loses, institutions trying to buy on the cheap, etc. I called $3.25 last week - My firm shorted the hell out of this stock at $4.00, $4.25, and $4.50. Easy money! (oops, not so easy after all, painful is more like it) I can't wait for the paid pumpers response!

    halloweencandy2013 • Jan 15, 2014 1:15 PM

    Really?!?! Can't wait for the Epic Squeeze - if it goes higher - we're shorting MORE - A LOT MORE! - all HYPE and EVERYONE on the street knows about the manipulation! We let it rise to $4.40 and shorted more - who do you think is leaning on it now - GUESS WHO?!! (I'll guess..a bunch of dimwit hedge funds)

  • homebuilder_watcher by homebuilder_watcher May 31, 2015 9:48 AM Flag

    another batch going back in time....

    halloweencandy2013 • Jul 17, 2014 9:37 AM

    36000 shares at an average of 7.08.(Math doesn't add up) sell sell sell
    Sentiment: Strong Sell

    halloweencandy2013 • Jun 22, 2014 8:03 PM

    you're missing one important reason why the shorts are shorting. and you don't have to look too far. I’ve shorted 20,000 shares so far and I'll be adding to my short position this week.(bad move candy, stock in $6s at this time) if people don't think I'm short, think again.

    halloweencandy2013 • Jun 11, 2014 9:29 PM
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    $6.18. my average short position is $7.10 (don't think so Candy). this stock is going lower. a lot lower. if all of you think there's going to be a short squeeze, think again.

    sell. sell. sell.

    y halloweencandy2013 • May 28, 2014 6:37 PM
    get their clients in at higher prices and hype to get them out. shorted more at $5.90 (OUCH!) this morning. we’ll continue to short more on any strength. sell sell sell

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    $4's soon
    by halloweencandy2013 • Apr 15, 2014 12:52 PM
    here comes the high $4’s and then the low $4's will soon follow. shorting more at these levels. we will cover in the mid $2's.

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    risicare, scotlandabrams, etc..
    by halloweencandy2013 • Mar 25, 2014 4:37 PM
    wow. i'm impressed with the stock movement after today's great conference call. the shorts are in control and we are not going to let up. heading lower.

    when should i cover scottie $4, $3 or $2... karma is a **tch
    Sentiment: Strong Sell

    by halloweencandy2013 • Mar 21, 2014 1:58 PM
    I was thinking about going long here, but I think I'll wait for either $4, $3, or even $2 or when Pete is no longer in charge.
    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    oh home_builder

    by halloweencandy2013 May 30, 2015 9:22 PM
    homebuilder_watcher homebuilder_watcher May 30, 2015 9:25 PM Flag

    Candy, what about the several hundred thousand you shorted between $3 and $6? Your predictions of $2. Your laughing at the not on that MDXG would ever see $9? Your prediction that Petit would have to resign when the SEC "won" their case? You have been wrong 100% of the time. Why don't you address your pathetic forecasts by something other than your childish "sell, sell, sell" rants. What a sad and pathetic existence you must lead.

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