The question isn't whether it's correct but whether it is a representative sample. For lack of anything better I say it is representative. More importantly is there a rate of adoption that would cause SNY to abandon it. The only yardstick on this is Exhubera. What needs to be stressed is whether the company is happy with the program. For a company that thinks strategically vs tactically it seems to me that things are going in the right direction. The landscape has changed dramatically since Exhubera. Obamacare has fundamentally changed healthcare delivery. Insurance coverage plays a much bigger part . I think it was smart to control the rollout in an attempt to manage expectations.
"sucking in hard" instead of inhaling normally may be the problem. High velocity creates turbulence which in turn causes more deposition in the upper airway instead of in terminal bronhcioles. This is the opposite of asthma drugs like albuterol where you want drug deposited where the bronchospasm occurs.
third degree polynomial. It's an S-shaped curve with initially steep slope, then levels off and now trending up steeply. R2 is .94 which is a measure of how well the mathematical description fits the data. 1.0 is a perfect fit.
just over 500 nrx. Reason is that's the next point on the best fit regression curve.
Asked at CVS whether they had filled Afrezza. Last month I asked the other pharmacist and he hadn't heard of it. This month different one says they haven't filled any yet but they are getting ready to, and thinks there will be a lot.
HFT is to real time quotes what real time qoutes are to 20 minute delay. Where trades occur several seconds apart, HFT is irrelevant. Try watching the real time feed on AAPL at the open and you will get it.
What I find inconsistent is her post "metformin for type 1?" (circa2010) she should read it.
She obviously has an axe to grind. Classic "not invented here" attitude.
I just assumed that stability would be a problem in aqueous form. Nasal delivery would be cheaper than inhaling a powder. Weekly injections are better than nothing, but who likes needles?