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roy_ep 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 14, 2015 6:13 AM Member since: Feb 10, 2010
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    STUDY INCONSISTENCY

    by ricjohn2 Jan 9, 2015 10:20 PM
    roy_ep roy_ep Jan 14, 2015 6:13 AM Flag

    The data is not available. Read the press release.

    "The IDMC conveyed this recommendation to Sophiris in a manner that would not unblind the study nor reveal the actual measured treatment effect"

  • We don't know neither does Sophris. It could be 0 or it could be 1.949. Totally failure or near miss. Place your bets.

    From 8K
    "The protocol-specified administrative analysis of efficacy threshold at 12 weeks is defined as an IPSS treatment effect of ≥ 2.0 points favoring PRX302 over vehicle-only (i.e.average IPSS total score change from baseline (CFB) for PRX302 minus IPSS CFB for vehicle-only)"

    From the press release
    "The IDMC conveyed this recommendation to Sophiris in a manner that would not unblind the study nor reveal the actual measured treatment effect"

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    Confidentiality

    by roy_ep Oct 24, 2014 7:20 PM
    roy_ep roy_ep Dec 1, 2014 8:09 PM Flag

    Has anyone noticed that no form 13s have been filed seen June.

  • So Leon bought 3,750,000 shares at ~$0.47 a share if he donates it to his charity fund at $0.096. Doesn't this mean he minimizes his tax deductible donation while losing his chance to claim a tax loss? The only logical reason to set up a charity and donate the proceeds from the sales is because you expect the shares to be worth more than you paid.

    "Stock that has appreciated in value makes a great gift to charity, because you avoid the taxes on the gains and can claim a charitable donation deduction on your taxes. However, if you donate stock that has decreased in value from the amount you paid for it, your donation is limited to the fair market value of the stock. In addition, you can't claim a loss if you donate the stock with an unrealized loss. Therefore, to maximize your donation to charity and your tax refund, you should sell the stock and donate the proceeds to charity"

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