Adam Feuerstein @adamfeuerstein 10m
My 2 cents: $GERN higher Mon/Tues on confirmed/solid bone marrow response + some evidence clinical benefit. No idea how much.
Adam F was right Data was good & we will go higher
The Wall Street Journal 12/9/13
Dec. 9, 2013 12:20 a.m. ET
New Hepatitis C Drug
Is Approved by FDA
Analysts estimate Sovaldi's annual sales could surpass $7 billion in several years, making it one of the biggest selling drugs in the world.
Study Shows Bone Marrow Drug’s Benefit
By Anna Edney - Dec 6, 2013 8:18 AM ET
buy buy buy
Adam Feuerstein @adamfeuerstein 22h
I spoke w/ Mayo Clinic. Imetelstat PR was posted accidentally last night. Tefferi will have additional data at Monday's presentation. $GERN
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Article :FDA OKs Gilead's Hep C Drug, Seen As Instant Blockbuster
Investors Business Daily
The Food and Drug Administration OK'd Gilead Sciences' (GILD) hepatitis C pill Sovaldi late Friday, a drug widely seen as a mega-blockbuster.
Analysts foresee a very rapid uptake, with Sovaldi sales of $1.7 billion next year and $8 billion in 2018. That would make it one of the world's best-selling drugs.
Buy Opportunity, Gave Preliminary Numbers Which Are Outstanding & Will Announce Mon. at 6:30 PM So Chance To get In Before Big Pop.
Here Is Article Explaining There Wasn't Even A Fire Until Firemen Punctured Holes
Published: Friday, 4 Oct 2013 | 7:45 PM ET CNBC
CNBC October 6, 2013
When the fire department arrived, they observed standard procedure, which was to gain access to the source of the fire by puncturing holes in the top of the battery's protective metal plate and applying water. For the Model S lithium-ion battery, it was correct to apply water (vs. dry chemical extinguisher), but not to puncture the metal firewall, as the newly created holes allowed the flames to then vent upwards into the front trunk section of the Model S. Nonetheless, a combination of water followed by dry chemical extinguisher quickly brought the fire to an end.
It is important to note that the fire in the battery was contained to a small section near the front by the internal firewalls built into the pack structure. At no point did fire enter the passenger compartment.
Had a conventional gasoline car encountered the same object on the highway, the result could have been far worse. A typical gasoline car only has a thin metal sheet protecting the underbody, leaving it vulnerable to destruction of the fuel supply lines or fuel tank, which causes a pool of gasoline to form and often burn the entire car to the ground. In contrast, the combustion energy of our battery pack is only about 10% of the energy contained in a gasoline tank and is divided into 16 modules with firewalls in between. As a consequence, the effective combustion potential is only about 1% that of the fuel in a comparable gasoline sedan.