Based on your DD, I got in RGRX 8-10 months ago @ 23 cents. I have doubled my investment as of today, and the future looks very bright. May life continue to be good to you.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You are an idiot!! I probably own more than you! I have been long since $11.00 pps. Do I want Afrezza to succeed? Yes, for two reasons. One is the the 12 year old girl, and the other is my retirement. I only have a few years left, but that girl could have had another 50+ years!
I have 75% of my retirement in MNKD. Do I believe? YES! You need to re-examine your motives and you life.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The shame of SNY! They are not fulfilling their moral obligation. How can they be held accountable?
One of the three moving forces in world today is Commerce. Commerce is motivated by greed!
Who suffers? The ordinary man. (12 yr old girl)
Do you characters keep telling the shorts to hurry up and cover?? I would like to see every one of them stay the course until the bitter end. Their bitter end! That will be just retribution as SP explodes.
They will do whatever they want to do.
HOWEVER, if they don't cover, they are in for rough time and could lose a lot of money!
I don't want to cause anybody pain, but some people deserve it!
You asked for proof of Canadian Red Cross HIV tainted blood.
Please go to BBC News for 5/6/2012 "Canadian Red Cross Tainted Blood Scandal"
There was also a mention of a $5,000,000,000 (Billion) settement.
Why do you think there is a law now???
Interesting comment on blood transfusions. It was stated that blood trans. are very overused. Too may Dr. think of it as innocuous It is NOT! In a recent survey, some hospitals used up to four times as many units of blood for the same procedure. The U.S. Army just contracted with Englewood Hospital in Englewood NJ. to train army physicians how to practice 'Bloodless' medicine.
In Canada the blood banks were distributing HIV contaminated blood. They said it was too expensive to test for HIV. Yes, blood can be dangerous
Does any body know what a patient has to pay for an average month of insulin therapy. (without insurance).
How does that compare to equivalent therapy with Afrezza? (without insurance)? How did SNY/MNKD come up with a price point in light of comparable therapy costs?
IMHO we would be farther ahead (with insurance coverage) with a lower price point.
I would rather sell a million loves of bread for half price than to sell 100 loaves at full price.