LOL, LOL hey pathological LIAR, below is my exact post. Note "small position from way, way back", meaning back in the 1990s. Cost basis turns out to be about $2.30 a share, meaning I'm still up 2.3X on that small position. And note concern about same old management, which is why I never added any more. Remember the old adage about the 3 most important things in any company being management, management, management?
LOL, don't you feel kind of stupid now dumbdumb? Happens every time you open your big mouth, but then it's pretty clear you've been making a complete fool out of yourself for an entire lifetime.
Hope you and JohnnyD6,7,8,10and17 have yourselves a nice pumping day!
"No, nothing new lately, but I haven't paid much attention to it either. I have a small position from way, way back. I have heard good things from knowledgeable people for the last couple of years re their mTOR inhibitor, so my guess is that's the recent driver. Still same old management though..."
Since you two idiots asked for it, I'll point out to you that i1 made his call on ARIA sometime back in 2010 or so, meaning when the pps was $5 or less. Meaning even with the big drop the other day, he's still up on that one. Meanwhile you two laughing idiots are so far underwater here you might get lucky someday and find the lost city of Atlantis.
"We (both my sisters,
in-laws, friends) have been investing in HEB since last
April (same story, always mutual funds and finally
realized what an opportunity HEB represented) - I've
bought at 6,7,8,10 and 17.
There is nothing like
personal experience to make one bullish."
Bet you wished you had stuck to mutual funds after all, eh JohnnyD6,7,8,10and17? LOL
LOL, LOL oh boy, somehow the pathologically lying hebmeisterxx, aka 24 pennies jonson, is "reasonably certain" that I took a nasty hit on Ariad. Bear in mind jonson has been "reasonably certain" about CFS approval, a big Merck deal, a big Japan deal, the sushi party, etc. for the last 10 years.
Well big mouth liar, where did I ever say or imply I had any kind of large or significant position in Ariad?
LOL, you must have missed the part where Romark did a 600 patient Phase 2/3 study on that same drug in flu before the new Phase 3, pumper boy.
I'm sorry Johnny, maybe you missed that thing called an advisory committee meeting last December?
LOL, please. So there is an argument over disease criteria. That has nothing to do with the FDA decision in February or the content of the CRL. The efficacy demonstration standard has not changed.
Um, Johnny, could you please explain just how Ampligen will also be a billion dollar drug? Since I believe the company has said they aren't going to do any more CFS trials (please correct me if I'm wrong), and since the FDA has clearly said no approval without new trials, how is it going to earn a billion dollars a year? In Argentina maybe?
My guess is that there is no 3 day interval, since it would be much harder to get volunteers to come back after 3 days for each of the three rounds of dosing. However, it also seems extremely unlikely that a combination formulation exists already, give the time and cost involved in a new formulation.
No, now you're lying again. You claimed the FDA had allowed ampligen to be used IN a flu vaccine. The other poster clearly stated the following:
"But the FDA has allowed no such thing. It has merely allowed HEB to squirt Ampligen into people's noses after they have received Flumist in a Phase 1 safety study: Two separate products that are administered separately."
Based on what the people at UAB told you, it appears he is right and you are wrong. As usual.
LOL no, I think he's walking away because you're stupid AND dishonest. Do you really think those Flumist dispensers arrive, they just pull them open and add a little ampligen, shake a few times and then stick it up a patient's nose? LOL, presto a new formulation approved on the spot! But I suspect that you already realized this after your own "they are currently waiting for the new years batch of flumist to come in...." comment" - oops! - and are now just too dishonest to admit it.
Oh no, they just take the Flumist applicators when they arrive, draw up a little ampligen, and presto! ready to go. Just like that!
What part of the following do you not understand silly pumper?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins or one of its surface proteins. The agent stimulates the body's immune system to recognize the agent as foreign, destroy it, and "remember" it, so that the immune system can more easily recognize and destroy any of these microorganisms that it later encounters.
Vaccines may be prophylactic (example: to prevent or ameliorate the effects of a future infection by any natural or "wild" pathogen), or therapeutic (e.g. vaccines against cancer are also being investigated; see cancer vaccine).
jonjonson1234 • May 12, 2007 9:48 PM
3.. We get word from the last CC that celldex will be using ampligen in at least one of their cancer vaccines...
Human trials beginning this summer....
LOL, yet another of jonson's famous "my takeaway from the CC is..." pump jobs. Six years ago, I assume those human trials you refer to have finished up by now?
Hey hebmeister, have you ever thought of pumping a route to approval that didn't include emergency use, obscure FDA regulations, cutting corners, pandemics, alien invasions, use of expired stock, or some other form of special treatment? I know, I know, I guess from your point of view that's thinking way, way outside the box...
Um, I realize this is a silly question hebmeisterxx, but if those so-called hedgies actually "have lots more shares" right now - and obviously the shares short number is very small, so any significant hedgie has to be very net long - then why wouldn't those evil hedgies have a very clear and strong economic incentive for the pps to go up? In fact, they would have every incentive in the world for the pps to go up, and zero for it to go down. At 25 cents they could buy millions of shares more if they wanted, and make a killing as the stock rises. So please explain that apparent paradox there hebmeister...