I doubt Vanguard would have just today filed that 13G if they were fully out . Seems you are the LYING POS.
I agree that ARNA has greater flexibility at this stage. ARNA is definitely in auto-pilot mode as the current trials progress. CVOT, APD811, APD371, APD334, Nelotanserin and temanogrel trials all underway.
There are two good articles out this morning from the WSJ regarding going without CFO's it seems to be quite the rage when you have an experienced staff in place as ARNA does.
10Q says, if you know how to read, that they spent an immaterial amount on the drug. Phase 1 testing is not material to a company ARNA's size and compared to the money spent on advancing the other drugs in the pipeline in 2014. 2015-2016 will bring a completely changed picture.
It needs to be voted on at the committee level first.
by Parker Brown
Staff Writer, MedPage Today
More than 400 new doctors were certified as obesity medicine specialists last week by the American Board of Obesity Medicine.
The increase was significant: the addition of 429 physicians to the list of certified specialists represents a jump of about 35%, bringing the total number to about 1,600 in the U.S. and Canada.
The American Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM), which was established in 2011, posted the announcement on its website. The doctors who were certified passed an exam administered in 2015; the largest number were internists (141), followed by family physicians (123), endocrinologists (33), pediatricians (28), obstetricians/gynecologists (24), gastroenterologists (14), and surgeons (10).
"I'm excited to see that obesity medicine has become one of the fastest growing specialties in medicine," said Louis Aronne, MD, ABOM's chairman. "The rapid growth of obesity medicine demonstrates that an increasing number of physicians understand that obesity is a disease that contributes to their patients' health and that training in obesity medicine is an important part of clinical practice."
The executive director of ABOM, Dana Brittan, MBA, wrote in an email to MedPage Today that it is hard to predict future growth since "obesity medicine is an emerging field of medicine that many physicians" have only just begun to hear about.
"With that said, we have seen a 20% to 30% increase in the number of physician candidates each year," she added.
Just pushing back on the "itsazero" basher ID. Some follow through on the upside in price tomorrow would be a good thing as far as the chart is concerned.
It is a good cause and depending on what you are working on, it definitely can give you a workout. Luckily the last two days I had a good variety of work but I am still exhausted. Anyone who thinks I am Cindy is a nut including all of these ID's in this thread that are probably all the same person. Anyone who thinks Cindy is canned because they heard it on this message board from bashers is also nutty. I think they same guys keep repeating the same thing hoping that people will actually believe it. These same people want people like you and I to believe that this message board is a waste of time so that we will abandon it. That's not going to happen.
I worked on a Habitat for Humanity house the last two days. Maybe I missed it and wasn't home when the authorities showed up. I have another project I am working on this Friday and next Monday so if they are going to get me they need to get me tonight or tomorrow.