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nowwhat654 98 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 26 minutes ago Member since: Jul 13, 2012
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  • Reply to

    I can't help they shorted

    by value_huntin 3 hours ago
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 1 hour 26 minutes ago Flag

    I doubt it's due to technicals, it's more that they will need quite a few more cash raises and are a ways out from any type of approval.

    They need to secure enough cash for a run-way to regulatory approval of either L or Direct before a significant swing in stock price will stick. Until then, the volatility will continue.

  • nowwhat654 nowwhat654 6 hours ago Flag

    You might have a point. I wasn't a fan of Power's increasing the number of "events" which happened right after the last DMC review. My only guess is the DMC did do an efficacy review (which Power's didn't make public) and it was inconclusive, so Power's increased the events of -L to keep the trial going long enough to give time for Direct to gain traction to keep the stock from going back to penny land while the Direct trial continues and hopefully continues to show stellar results.

    I also believe that the only hope for -L to approved without an additional phase 3 is a halt on efficacy. If the trial goes "full term", I think the FDA will pick apart the trial and request another which NWBO will have to do with sub-groups (which will also narrow the treatable population).

    Just my thoughts, I could be way off but this is the only scenario I can come up with.

    NWBO, lightning in a bottle or a firefly in jar, only time will tell.

  • Reply to

    More about pd1 inhibitors.....

    by jonj49307 Dec 25, 2014 10:24 AM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 25, 2014 1:57 PM Flag

    That's pretty rich... PD1 and ampligen, why would this work? Nothing else has panned out.

    Ampligen and CFS = dud

    Ampligen and Cigarettes = #$%$ was Carter thinking

    Ampligen and Ebola = dud

    Ampligen and flumist = dud

    Ampligen and Bird Flu = dud

    Ampligen and SARS = dud

    I'm sure I missed few indications that Ampligen has been promoted over. Too bad not one thing has panned out.

    And as far as being "ready", take a drive by the defunct MFG plant that has been "under improvements" for the last 8 years that is continuously 18 months out.

  • Reply to

    Novocure GBM Cap Phase 3 trial halted

    by nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 3:41 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 25, 2014 11:52 AM Flag

    For one you are assuming -L works, no knows this yet. Well how happy would you be if you were in the trial and it was stopped for futility only to find out the company was just playing money games with your life? Power's increasing events and decreasing benefit at the same time isn't exactly a vote of confidence in -L.

  • nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 25, 2014 11:15 AM Flag

    I haven't been able to find one nor has anyone else.

    The FDA's job is to determine if it's "safe and effective" however, I think the FDA is as corrupt as wall street if not more.. take,Lyrica for example. But if a trial is halted by the DMC, the FDA has little to no room to pick apart the trial design to get their "tribute aka bribe" before approval.

    That is why IF -L receives a recommendation of a halt by the DMC and Power's ignores that and continues the trial to the end, not only is that unethical to those in the trial (crossover arm has to progress first before receiving -L, if the trial is halted, they will get -L BEFORE they progress) but it gives the FDA ways to scrutinize the drug/data etc.

  • nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 7:06 PM Flag

    "I have asked on both boards for examples where a PH3 Drug has been stopped for EFFICACY
    by the DMC and then the FDA has NOT accepted the recommendation and made the PH3 trial be effectively restarted ?"

    Thanks for being the voice of reason Steven. If the DMC recommends a halt for Efficacy in a phase 3 trial, there is not ONE instance where the FDA has requested an additional trial BEFORE approval.

    A phase 3 trial halt for efficacy (as well as being safe) and for a condition such as GBM or any other life threatening disease, particularly one that has no current effective treatment, a trial halt for efficacy is the Golden Ticket to approval and there is NO WAY the FDA would ever request another trial before an approval. It has never happened, it never will.

  • Reply to

    Novocure GBM Cap Phase 3 trial halted

    by nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 3:41 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 4:20 PM Flag

    I understand there is a crossover during the trial, however, they have to have disease progression to be transferred over.

    How ethical is that if the trial was in fact able to be halted but the company choice to continue.

    How would you feel if you were given the placebo, then had disease progression then given -L only to learn you could have received -L much earlier but the company didn't want to halt the trial. It's just your life right? No big deal.

  • "The EF-14 trial Independent Data Monitoring Committee recommended terminating the trial early and allowing all control patients to receive Tumor Treating Fields"

    "Based on the interim analysis results, the Independent Monitoring Committee (IDMC) for the EF-14 trial recommended that the trial be stopped early and that Novocure provide access to TTFields for patients on the temozolomide alone arm."

    With just a 3 month survival benefit.

    So when Power's said "They prefer to finish out the trial being that its so close to completion and that ensures the regulators will be on board. Otherwise FDA might not agree and since it would have to be unblinded they would have to start over if the FDA did not accept the halt."

    So instead of Halting the trail and giving EVERYONE started in the trial DCVAX-L, Power's would prefer possibly killing those getting the placebo because the FDA may not agree with the results and to do a new trial. So basically she is saying she would rather kill people than halt the trial for efficacy.

    Complete BS in my opinion on Power's stating that. It's ethically wrong provided -L is showing a benefit.

    If Power's would release enrollment numbers, a more accurate model of L could be summarized. My guess is -L is not showing efficacy and she is holding that one off while Direct gains traction so the stock doesn't go back to penny land.

    I hope I am wrong about -L and it is showing a positive effect.

    While I think Power's has done an amazing job with NWBO considering she has little to no Pharma background, I am amazed at some the words that come out of that woman's mouth.

  • Reply to

    2015 will be HEBs year

    by bonesj0 Dec 24, 2014 1:16 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 2:57 PM Flag

    I'm with you! 2015 will be the year for HEB! I see a reverse stock split followed by a massive at the market share sale to raise cash for a nice bonus and perhaps anther vacation home for Carter!

    Shareholders will have nice depreciation in share price along with sizeable tax write down from their "investment" in HEB. THANK YOU CARTER!!!

  • Reply to

    Hey Carter

    by krav_nick Dec 16, 2014 6:52 AM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 2:18 PM Flag

    " I say twice as big as Pfizer and Astra Zenteca combined. That's how big Alferon and Ampligen is. Big pharma is shaking in there boots."

    Is it already April fools or are you a complete idiot? Carter hasn't even met with the FDA from the last CRL 2 years ago but he has paid himself over 2 million bucks since then. I'm sure a million dollar bonus is right around the corner.

  • Reply to

    Hey Carter

    by krav_nick Dec 16, 2014 6:52 AM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 12:33 PM Flag

    "Its that time for another juicy bonus, A new car, and some great vacations And while your at it you should pass out some nice raise's to you managers and board members"

    Merry Christmas to all HEB bagholders... I mean shareholders! William Carter

  • Reply to

    HEB the rocket in 2015

    by farmerinvestor1998 Dec 24, 2014 8:17 AM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 24, 2014 12:17 PM Flag

    You will be wrong....

  • Reply to

    Cognate convertibles and short interest

    by jerrycampbell_ma Dec 22, 2014 8:20 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 23, 2014 1:40 PM Flag

    Considering the hodge podge of SEC filings showing ownership, it's extremely difficult to make sense of it all.

    Power's could be playing games is my guess.

    The good news from this is now that it's documented, Cognate and Toucan will have to disclose sales since they are over 10% owners.

  • nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 22, 2014 2:07 PM Flag

    Lets hope it keeps climbing! I've got some 8 buck options coming due in Jan!

  • Reply to

    Question on Interim halt for efficacy ...

    by steven511825 Dec 20, 2014 2:26 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 22, 2014 12:12 PM Flag

    Right buzz, you know it all.

    Find me ONE phase 3 trial that the DMC halted for efficacy that the FDA did not approve and required an additional trial PRIOR to resubmission for approval, find just 1 and I will shut up.

  • Reply to

    Question on Interim halt for efficacy ...

    by steven511825 Dec 20, 2014 2:26 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 22, 2014 8:37 AM Flag

    Steven,

    Buzz does not know what he is talking about and apparently neither does Powers. .

    IF the DMC halts a PHASE 3 trial for efficacy, that is the Golden Ticket to approval. If Powers wants to continue the trial after a DMC phase 3 halt, Power's should not be CEO.

    The FDA may request an additional trial, but it would be confirmatory, rather small and happen AFTER approval as not to keep a safe and effective drug from those who need it.

  • nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 22, 2014 8:26 AM Flag

    keep drinking the cool-aid. It's good for you.

  • Reply to

    Question on Interim halt for efficacy ...

    by steven511825 Dec 20, 2014 2:26 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 22, 2014 8:22 AM Flag

    Yep, there are lots of phase 3 trials where the FDA asks for another. It's usually because of trial design or marginal/questionable results.

    I have yet to know of 1 phase 3 trial that was Halted by the DMC for efficacy where the FDA requested another trial prior to approval.

    A halt in a Phase 3 trial IS the golden ticket. You and Power's both don't seem to know that.

  • Reply to

    Question on Interim halt for efficacy ...

    by steven511825 Dec 20, 2014 2:26 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 21, 2014 12:17 PM Flag

    Buzz, DNDN trail was not halted for efficacy.

  • Reply to

    Question on Interim halt for efficacy ...

    by steven511825 Dec 20, 2014 2:26 PM
    nowwhat654 nowwhat654 Dec 20, 2014 3:52 PM Flag

    To further my example of CLDX, 1.7b market cap and they have about 80% tute ownership, NWBO is under 6% with Tutes (NWBO would be a lot higher but every time they do a cash raise, the private placement sells the stock and keeps the warrants) and market cap of 350 million. Both KITE and JUNO are over 2 billion market cap and both are proof of concept and haven't even started a phase 1 trial.

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