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jeff4iam4 151 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 20, 2015 12:29 PM Member since: Jun 29, 2009
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  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 20, 2015 12:29 PM Flag

    Again IV, we do not know why management doesn't excercise their options. maybe they are waiting for the big rise and maybe there are tax implications for them to wait. Maybe they don't have the cash right now or would rather that cash work elsewhere for them until they are closer to the finish line. My position has been for awhile that the price will fluctuate for awhile and the market isn't going to help us much until major news comes along....partnership or approval. As I explain in many of my posts, the big money comes more like in two to three years....the astronomical money is about 7 years out. However, this under $5 sp may not last much longer....that could leave us relatively soon...maybe even by end of this year.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 20, 2015 12:25 PM Flag

    Not to worry IVstations, PPHM is not late to the party, it is doing just fine. This new competitor isn't going to cause us much of a problem as news is starting to come out about it. The more we hear, the less likely it will affect PPHM at all....except that maybe Bavi will help their drug work better....as all cancer therapys will eventually need Bavi to make them work better. Microsoft of biotech....has a good ring to it, doesn't it? Like MS, it was needed for the computer to make it work productively, was only a partial cost of the computer system, but was universal to all computers and included in all of them (excluding Apple which was a very small market) and MS became one of the largest companies in the history of the world. Yep, the Microsoft of biotech...sounds awesome...can hardly wait. And here I am with only 50K shares....I guess that will be enough.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 20, 2015 12:18 PM Flag

    I guess you would know hat makes a bad con artist, being as how you are a professional at it. No, neither naive or a con artist. Just a humble (although that may be questionable to some) guy who does his research. When I post, you would be wise to listen. However, if you have invested in hopes the PPS drops, I guess I can see why you would try to continue to persuade people not to invest in this company. Love you bashers, all negative and no positive....that shops severe bias and that makes you unreliable. People like me who will post both positive and negative and show where the balance lies, we are more trustworthy. At the least, everyone knows my financial position. Few bashers will announce theirs....deceptive for some reason.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 19, 2015 3:20 AM Flag

    That bomb shell may be a dud. We don't have enough info quiet yet to understand if we need to be concerned or not. Bungler over at iHub posted the safety profile....not good as it can cause the body's immune system to attack its own organs. We also don't know how much better they did....was it a little or a lot. Worse case is PPHM will have to do a new trial using this new drug in combo....and that would mean a heck of a lot of dilution or they just might have no choice but to take a partnership that gives up a good chunk of our company. We longs will still get rich, just not as astronomically rich and it may take longer. However if this other drug is just a little better and we even come close to numbers we saw in Phase 2, we will have nothing to worry about....especially with our great safety profile and that our drug actually lessens the bad side effects of the drug we combo with. Hopefully soon we can get more info before freaking out. So girls, stop getting your panties in a bunch and relax. The sky is not falling and we are still on solid ground.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Who Knows What Went into the Vials?

    by antwan_rockamoora Apr 15, 2015 2:04 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 15, 2015 6:19 PM Flag

    Not sure what is inappropriate about manufacturing and supplying the drug. Of course, not many small biotechs have that manufacturing ability. But what is inappropriate about it? I maybe would agree that CSM would have been well served by testing the drug vials on a random basis to make sure that the correct amount of drug was delivered...but I am not sure that is their contractual duty...maybe it is the trial sites? Doesn't matter as that again isn't the issue here. Regardless, not really sure how PPHM would have an advantage by not supplying the drug at the correct doses. I don't see where that would help them gain approval....and that they would jepardize a trial that cost them multiple millions when they knew that it had a pretty solid shot at getting to Phase 3 on its own merits. Can't you bashers just accept that PPHM has a good drug and that they are trying to get it approved? I get it that you guys think management and the BOD sucks....but does that mean every aspect of PPHM sucks? Does Garnick suck? Did Dr. Thorpe suck? I mean come on, really??....there isn't a single positive about the company or the drug? Sheeze Luise.....I swear if I could, I would hit you all in the noggin with a rubber mallet and knock some sense into you.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Who Knows What Went into the Vials?

    by antwan_rockamoora Apr 15, 2015 2:04 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 15, 2015 4:57 PM Flag

    Hey Nit Wit,

    Why are you evading the facts of the case and trying to make up new angles to deflect? It had little to nothing to do with what went into the vials, the testimony of JB and evidence shows she actually took it upon herself to do some switching. It isn't a question of whether PPHM sent her the correct dosages...she admits freely that she switch the labels on two of the control groups. The issue is why she did it. Please, stop with the consipracy theory mentality....you know, the kind that says Bush planted explosives in the twin towers and then hired Al-Quada rebels to hijack and fly planes into them. Sheesh, you bashers are really unable to grasp facts when they don't go your way....now you have to make up new theories and of course deflect from the facts in any way that you can in order to not lose credibility. Well, news for you guys....few to none of you bashers ever had any credibility to lose.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Remember Warren Buffet's Saying

    by sherlock591 Mar 31, 2015 2:59 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 14, 2015 4:28 PM Flag

    And what did I say that was so stupid there LC? I actually haven't posted in awhile and this is the first post in over 30 hours, so what are you even refering to?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 13, 2015 10:33 AM Flag

    Well IVStation, Who said we wouldn't be getting any loaf? See, that is the part you don't get, the Sunrise trial was designed (and FDA approved the design) to where getting the end point is relatively a given if the results of the Phase 2 trail were not just a freak placebo effect on numerous patients. In other words, i6t is highly likely that the Surise trial will be successful and the drug will receive approval. I guess you can always hope another sabotage event occurs, but outside of that, I see very little else that would cause the trial to fail. As for taking half a loaf.....hmmm. That would be like having a full loaf and that is all you have to feed your family and a rich man comes up and asks for half a loaf to throw to his dog in return for half the cost of the loaf. Do you give it to him or just decline and take the loaf home to feed your family? I take the full loaf home and tell the rich man to find something else for his dogs. Regardless, it is all moot. PPHM knows they have something huge here, something they can get a lot more for by waiting until the trial completely validates the drug. When that happens, they will make a deal, but on their terms and it will not be giving half the loaf for anywhere near half of what it cost to get that drug approved. If the rich man wants our loaf, he better damn well pay very richly for it.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 9, 2015 1:12 PM Flag

    So let me ask you a serious question Ivstations. Do you believe that a company who's stock has gone down for numerous years can never suddenly break out and end up making it big? Do you know that it actually happens to several stock in biotech each year? Why can't PPHM become one of those few who do make it? The science is actually solid, I get that management has some questionable issues....but even they would not hinder the company if the drug gets approval After all. even if what some are saying was true that they are just basically setting up their pals and pushing this out to keep themselves employed and making huge bonuses (not saying I agree with these assessments and opinions because I don't), they still will make a lot more money by PPHM becoming big....much more than they would by just having the company move slowly. At some point they would have to let loose the damn and let the flood waters flow. That time is near. Seriosuly, to say a company has been in a downturn for numerous years, so it will never break out and become huge is short sighted....very short sighted. You know there are many good examples where small biotechs have made it big....it happens....not all the time, but often enough that the risk vs reward here is favorable.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 7, 2015 5:53 PM Flag

    Fido, why are you now calling people names and calling them stupid because they do not believe that PPHM management is just in this to scam people? It is an interesting theory, but so is that President Bush had the twin towers blown up so he could start another war in the middle east. However, don't let facts get in the way of good story theories. Seriously, Dr. Garnick is well respected and would not be overseeing this trial if this was a sham. Neither would the KOLs. The FDA even sees some promise or they wouldn't allow the drug to be used in human trials....this isn't #$%$ Germany you know. The studies completed to date does indicate that the drug is effective, but only really effective when used in a way they discovered through the trials already completed....as the MOA became clearer. Breast study and liver studies show tremendous promise and even the sabotaged lung trial showed good results even under handicapped conditions. No, fact is that Bavi works, the company has plans to market it upon approval, and your theory that this is all a sham is just another basher dream or lie, if you will. Why don't you guys just stay with the same old reliable stick that ATM used to dilute shareholders into oblivion and the BOD over paying themselves more than Fortune 500 execs. See, those kind of bashes at least have real history to support them. This one of Bavi is a sham is kookie at best....it doesn't hold water.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 7, 2015 2:21 AM Flag

    Learningcurve, may i ask what the heck you are talking about? What six used computers? Was that a crack about having multiple screen names to post with? If so, why would i need six computers? Wouldn't one be sufficient? Maybe we should ask Dickey, he seems to be experienced with multiple screen names all posting the same garbage. Nope, don't need additional screen names....one is ample to get my message out. Besides, who else here writes long wounded posts that use nearly the full limit of characters? Nobody...i am an original. As for letting me burn....i am good with that as i have done my DD and have 99.999879% confidence that PPHM is going to be highly successful .....and very soon. You don't have to agree with me, that is fine, but i don't appreciate you making up lies about me. In your eyes i may be delusional, but i doubt i have ever presented myself as dishonest....quite the opposite. So if you want to go down that road of you questioning my honesty, prepare to have opened a can of Whoop#$%$ on yourself.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 6, 2015 10:53 AM Flag

    Wow Fido, do you really believe that? You really believe that the Sunrise trial is just a scam, huh? And of course Dr, Garnick and the FDA are in in it? Wow, and you are supposed to be one of the smarter bashers here. Sorry, I don't see it. Careful, you are now treading on the same waters that Dickey Boy treads on and that isn't a good thing.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Remember Warren Buffet's Saying

    by sherlock591 Mar 31, 2015 2:59 PM
    jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Apr 1, 2015 2:10 AM Flag

    Agree with Antwon partially on this....they already filed an 8k saying they are authorizing issuing up to a certain amount of shares for sale via ATM and some for preferred shares as necessary and as ongoing needs require. It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone they will need to raise cash if they don't partner. Our hope is they do it slowly and not too many too fast. But, it is necessary to avoid having to deal for breadcrumbs.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 30, 2015 6:13 PM Flag

    Sherlock,
    Let me attempt to address your speculation. Based on the anticipated results of the placebo (data from trials to get that chemo drug approved) the data for the 3 mg arm of the Bavi trial would certainly have been statistically significant, which very likely would have meant a BTD and early approval. In essence, they would have been able to market Bavi within a year. The stock would have shot up and probably wouldn't have stopped until way over $50 a share (keep in mind there was only about 100 million shares out at that time). Plus, Abbvie Labs would have cut a partnership deal and likely we would have been able to fund many trials at the same time for many other indications. This little switcharoo costs PPHM probably 3 years and us shareholders have been diluted to almost half what the share count should have been. No, we did salvage the trial to a degree, but certainly it was still very harmful and almost caused PPHM to go under.
    As for limited deep pockets, yes that is a concern. However, the judge did rule that for at least one charge there are no limits to the liability. So, theoretically even though the insurance company coverage is probably going to have a ceiling, they could still be on the hook for furture settlement payments for many years to come. More than likely they will declare BK and then they will need to sell their assets and we would get most or all of the proceeds.....if we win of course ....and that is highly likely based on what we know. If CSM was smart, they would settle....as fast as possible for as little as possible. But PPHM should at the minimum not accept a dime less than the cost of the trial study plus legal fees....and that is substantial....more than $4 million, which is what CSM is claiming they are insured for. At this point, I don't trust CSM as these recent filings show that they are being weasels and trying evey dirty trick in the book to get out of their responsibility. They screwed up, PPHM did not.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 30, 2015 12:15 PM Flag

    immaterial,

    Just an FYI, I wouldn't be so certain of "Cotara and Bavituximab nowhere to be found". Apparently, the injection into the tumor is very much like Cotara and apparently they are binding to the PS when it flips to the otter walls of the cell. In other words, at the least it would appear there could be some patent infringement unless they have a license by PPHM. Further investigation from what I have heard second hand from a post on the IHub board yesterday is that PPHM is listed as a colaborator on that little study. I cannot verify that at this time, but that is what I heard. If so, there could be a big time coup for PPHM using this treatment. All said and done though, it can be very dangerous and the side effects could kill the patient before curing them. As was stated before, many treatments for different indications will likely be discovered and tested and eventually approved. It is very conceivable that Bavi may need to be a part of all those treatments....ergo, the "Microsoft of Biotech" label some have given it. Optomistic point of view, but plausable and the main reason I invested in PPHM instead of daytrading it.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 27, 2015 4:54 PM Flag

    Unless they were coming to a point where the options were expiring, why would they put cash into exercising those options? The price is set. They would put that money elsewhere to grow it and when options ate about to expire then exercise them. To do otherwise is dumb unless they needed cash now for some personal reason or if they were leaving the company. You are being silly thinking that not exercising their option now indicates the they have no faith in the company. Quite the opposite is true since if the company was in trouble it would be wise to buy for the lower price and then sell before the price drops further. I would be more worried if they did exercise those options at this point.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 27, 2015 4:00 PM Flag

    Have 50k now. I keep saying no mas, no mas, but extra cash just kept coming my way. My friends keep snickering at me and no longer believe i am stopping my buying spree. I kind of have no choice now with property tax due (crazy high here in CA) in early April and car and house insurance due in May.....and wife and I doing a 10 day Alaska cruise with her parents in late May. Nope, just don't see any free cash flow for the next few months. Besides, my dream was to get to 50k....and that is what i did. However, if i could get more, i would love to have more. This is going to be the biggest and best investment of my life....well, other than accepting Yeshua (aka Jesus) as my Lord and savior.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 27, 2015 2:08 PM Flag

    That's okay IV, we understand that you are mentally challenged and will not always use perfect grammar and spelling...nobody is perfect. Anyway, there were not that many errors in your post and was still relatively readable. Now the content of your post just shows that you are probably a bit of a #$%$...you gloat too much and way too early to be calling this a failure....but that may just be my take on it. For my part, i probably will have my own private party when PPHM breaks out big....and that will happen soon enough. I don't need validation from other fellow posters. It will be nice to be able to watch all the bashers either turn positive or tuck their tails between their legs before scurrying off.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 26, 2015 5:27 PM Flag

    So, Fido, are you saying that CSM not only screwed up the vial labeling but they somehow screwed up the blood testing as well?...or are you saying CSM is making that claim about PPHM? I would think that if patients were given mixed drugs from what they were supposed to be given, that would automatically mess up the blood results...well, except the 3 mg arm that was salvaged because it was not affected by any of the mislabeling.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jeff4iam4 jeff4iam4 Mar 26, 2015 5:24 PM Flag

    Actually, it hasn't been shown that PPHM was "deliberately reckless" as you say. As a matter of fact, the CA lawsuit claiming as such was an utter failure for the plantiff who bought that suit as the judge did not side with that person....not once, but three opportunities to make their case and couldn't. Now, some are claiming PPHM could have handled it better by double and triple checking the data before releasing information..and maybe that has some small merit. However, in PPHM's defense, they were seeing results far beyond what they had been expecting, they were excited and they were apparently on the verge of a partnership deal to be signed. As for loans, they already had one secured way before the results were released to the public, so I don't think that theory holds water. As for CSM, they created the error, they messed up the lables....not PPHM. PPHM did not authorize CSM to switch labels on the vials....no way, no chance. Regardless of when PPHM finally got the unbinded data and when they released results to the public and whether they were diligent to review that data as they should, it has nothing to do with the fact that CSM employee switched the lables, thereby tainting the results of the trial. In the end, PPHM was able to salvage the trial enough to move forward, but at great cost in time and money....which they should be compensated for.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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