I'm devastated by your comment gog! Pls share more of your devastating news.
I'm devastated by this devastating news!
Kolemup and his minions are very devastating!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
FYI...All are blatant lies and smears.
1 hr later: 12.77. Let's keep track of your losses: 67000 * . 13 = $8710
2 minutes ago it was 12.64. now 12.68. today is 12/30/2013 lets keep track of what's ahead shall we?
Wasn't he the idiot that pumped vvus and bashed arna? Look how the tables have turned LOL.
12/30 Monday: 12.47
12/31 Tuesday: 12.50
Stock cannot go below this price with Japanese approval pending and a massive 65m milestone payments due.
Payment 1 is Japanese approval.
Payment 2 (bigger) is US approval.
Reduced use of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents and intravenous iron with ferric citrate: a managed care cost-offset model
The use of ferric citrate as a phosphate binder has the potential to reduce utilization of anemia management drugs, such as epoetin alfa and IV iron, thereby reducing the cost of dialysis care. This cost-offset model shows that the use of ferric citrate as a preferred phosphate binder can result in substantial cost savings to the payer and help to reduce the economic burden of treating patients with ESRD from a managed care perspective.
We thank teammates at DaVita Clinical Research (DCR) for providing technical support for this research project. We thank Supriya Srinivasan, PhD and Donna Jensen, PhD for medical writing and editorial support.
Results from the analysis were presented in part at the National Kidney Foundation’s spring meeting held May 9–13, 2012, in Washington, DC, USA and the North American annual meeting of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research held June 2–6, 2012, in Washington, DC, USA. This work was conducted at DCR, Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of DaVita, Inc. This study was sponsored by Keryx Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. The authors report no other conflicts of interest in this work.
I think the reason why the spike occurred today is because $13 options expired 3 cents in the money. Then monday comes in and they're automatically exercised. Some of them get margin called. The rest you know.
I saw this with ARNA last year.
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