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surf5000surf 24 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 22, 2015 1:02 AM Member since: Jul 22, 2012
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    The confirmation that I was waiting for

    by ttbiker2 Jan 21, 2015 7:58 AM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Jan 22, 2015 1:02 AM Flag

    ttbiker, both me and you have been in this biosphere for some time and I just think we have nailed this Down pretty well, congrats.

  • on you fools, invented trials of 300 mill usd when they both knew it didnt work. Doesnt take a rocket scientist to know that...And Spiro the criminal also prolongs a drug trial facing a rejected drug mixt With his own manure. Criminals

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    A few misconceptions I have read

    by oncology908 Dec 30, 2014 11:12 AM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Dec 30, 2014 7:58 PM Flag

    Oncology: I was in this play for a loong time and we all knew that Sapa in Aml was the only chance as trials are time consuming and costly. Now this trial is out of the question giving answers to anything just by its design, actually Spiro by deleting the sapa only arm long time ago said this trial is toast, but continued to spend North of 300 mill fueled into the Anderson centre...Sure Hagop and the team buttered their Pockets and thats always healthy..As far as MDS goes there has been drug after drug failing as this condition isnt a neopasi at all, its smouldering of the hemapoetic system affecting all cell ctegories, leading to pan -cytemia. Why should one trust the ph 2 data here when for AML the ph 2 was good and then this #$%$ shot ph 3 ??? And how shall it be financed With a mcap of 16 mill. They would have to print 20 times the current float to accomodate the COSTs. With a mcap like this the pink is approaching, cycc gets nowhere from here and no one Will pay a penny for a failed and useless drug.

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    No safety or efficacy concerns

    by knowfear2015 Dec 29, 2014 5:48 PM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Dec 29, 2014 8:27 PM Flag

    Yes I fully agree, why should Cyclacel succede, tormenting very old patients without the faintest hope of any success, With a drug nobody cared to do trials on.....At this stage it is an objective truth that the drug does not work, and it does not work in MDS either, period. Spiro is shunning any traial that may set the last nail in the coffin, he knows the drug is toast thats why he "in a hurry" omitted the Sapa only arm.

  • surf5000surf surf5000surf Dec 27, 2014 4:00 PM Flag

    I agree With Jagan here, I too have been in and out in this company and lived through 75 percent of the Deceptions...its like a woman that is unfaithfull but you give her the Benefit of the doubt for too here one doesnt need to see the comp in bed With the pink sheet..Enough is enough, when the ovarian cancer results yielded nothing then one should have walked away. Some obscure insignificant cancer like AML and MDS is where the looser drugs end up, as the solids is where new drugs are really needed. And in solids results just evaporated like for NSCLC and farynx cancer....My advice as both shares have plummeted is to say enough is enough and SELL, and buy Aeterna Zentaris, at least in the latter the ph 3 is still a dream thats not broken yet and its in solid tumors too Endometrial cancer. A swap and a possible recoup. If not a miracle happens its PINKs next for Cycc, dont believe the funds Will be spitting up any more dough.

  • 1) Where are the trials in lung cancer, nasofarynx, and others hidden ?
    2) Why use excesive amounts of money on a cancer that isnt at all responding to any therapy. 300 mill out the window on seamless. Wishfull thinking and wastefull thinking.
    This company has found out nothing, produced not a single successfull trial and is a Complete fraud going on for more than 10 years.

  • surf5000surf by surf5000surf Dec 2, 2014 10:04 PM Flag

    Is it Turpin on the telephone line, yes we are calling concerning the DSMB peek concerning 108....I have the pleasure of telling you of early termination due to statistic significance, FDA Will preapprove Your drug in accordace With the SPA-agreement. 100 bagger in an Instant, 1000 bagger when the realities sink in among the investing comunity. Hang on...

  • surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 22, 2014 1:17 PM Flag

    Dont think a US centre would gamble at least if it was signs its toxic. But remember a drug may work but not make the stat threshold. But I am a believer FDA is corrupt so if it runs Ahead of the readout sell the Stock. If it doesnt run keep it. They never approve a drug if the right folks Arent sitting With nearly 100 percent of the shares. Approved it is a 6 bill a year drug used also off label for untreatable gu cancers. Normally a Stock should run on the readout expectation. However the FDA early stopping due to efficacy comes unexpectedly. Maybe the tree Will be shaken more before a run as the big guys dont like normal folks to make some bucks.

  • surf5000surf by surf5000surf Nov 17, 2014 2:24 AM Flag

    Murrel Jones bought 7500 shares in oct 2014.

  • surf5000surf by surf5000surf Nov 14, 2014 1:04 AM Flag

    its just like an un happy marriage, the count of disappointments gets to a point where its just hilarius, same With AEZS, its just how many times is the comp to strike it wrongly, its as if they try to fail...
    Well 108 has always been the cornerstone and the drug that Will make it a 3000 mill play, and science seems waterproof as always..

  • The aholes in Ecte just want to Write papers and get fatter on nuttin, we the sharholders wans to get this Device out to the millions of folks that could now be Reading their current blood sugar on the phone.. These folks iecte has to know their time working there is OVER preiod. They try to milk something thats unmilkable. Gt the #$%$ out of Our gem and sell it to China.

  • surf5000surf by surf5000surf Nov 13, 2014 7:47 PM Flag

    Uncle sam used lotsa dolloars to bing forth and then the Chinese biving life to provenge for a fractionof the cost hoard it in, US is just too expensive even to care for their own folks nowadays. US loos China wins, and everybody knows. Congrats

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    by dilyz125 Nov 13, 2014 3:46 PM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 13, 2014 4:24 PM Flag

    all we need is a call from DSMB saying statistic significance, preaproved 108, then its a 100 bagger. It a whisker away.

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    Les make it clear

    by surf5000surf Nov 12, 2014 6:35 PM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 12, 2014 11:41 PM Flag

    Kelly, I agree to all Your comments. What I am pondering is; look at China now they have started hoarding oil as the media say "they buy on the cheap due to the recent decline". Well it isnt cheaper for them as they have to pay for it in a dollar running Wild to the upside. They are hoarding now as the dollar might rise faster than crude may sink. So all commodity purchases Will have to be crammed into a Limited timeframe as the dollar may run much higher. This also worries EU and Japan in which their currency might plummet even further. This could cause a near term spike. Also take into consideration the supply is crippeled as most startups in Canada and Australia are belly up !
    Then the largest prducer in europe Ukraine is a total mess. Uranium could spike sooner rather than later in a Perfect storm.

  • surf5000surf by surf5000surf Nov 12, 2014 6:35 PM Flag

    Urre claimed 150 mil pounds of yellowcake PRIOR to the Nucor acquisition and additional acreace is coming Our way in these days. Maybe the total is close to 300 mill punds, which makes ur company the largest player in the american continent. Mcap/per pound is astounding, and in 2007 when Urre traded on fumes it was hardly a viable company. During all these years astounding work has been done on feasibility studies and acqisitions on the cheap, the only We need the spot price to recoup and if history is a reliable guide, once started it goes and goes until parabolic, good luck everyone.

  • surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 8, 2014 4:40 PM Flag

    Even if you inject salt water someone Will react emotionally and cause an occational qt -prolongation. Its an odd find and nothing else. Unbelievable that FDA only consists of lawyers and swinders With no Medical know-how.

  • surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 8, 2014 4:34 PM Flag

    Noevastat was that fishy compound that didnt work, a long shot it was and a fiasco. Doxy Works we all know that but its cardiotoxic, much less so if the drug is directed into the Cells and not wreacking heavock circulating in the blood stream for a prolonged time. A CBR of 74 percent is amazing and taking into account that many were Taxane resitant, I Will be extremely confused if ph 3 shows nuttin...

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    My Updated View After The CRL

    by myinvestments99 Nov 8, 2014 9:26 AM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 8, 2014 4:18 PM Flag

    if the cancer drug is approved its worh 3 to 6 billions, if its just 10 percent chance of approval thats easily a 300 mill mcap. You are late

  • Fluffy ideas and lots of disasters along the way, first out was tis sharky idea, not exactly snake oil, it ended in the dumpster. Then the BPH drug tat didnt have an effect, the drug even had a partner. Perifosine was the most mysterious disasters of all time, working well in ph 2 and then nill effect in ph 3. Closest ever is the latest fiasco that may even end up With an NDA next year. Doxy With a hoock on is more Down to Earth if the management hasnt faked ph 2 and diped the histology slides in some fluoresent material, proving doxi went into the cell on false grounds. But I dont think they are that smart, maybe even honest as this electrocardiogram could have been thrown in the dustbin....The company has obtained a near exemplary consistency of skrewing up, all from inception. Well ph 3 in cancer is 17 percent approvals, and small comps maybe 10 percent. Its a gamble, for sure and he doxy which they didnt invent themselves has maybe a higher odds of making it, lets pray...

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    Its a game, and its on...

    by surf5000surf Nov 7, 2014 8:26 PM
    surf5000surf surf5000surf Nov 8, 2014 1:16 PM Flag

    SPA is violated but thats more or less ok With the FDA as long as a new trial is done to prove its non-toxic. To prove its non toxic is surely possible not to satisfy the SPA, FDA didnt dump it for ever and thats bullish. All in all we got more out of it than we could have hoped for.

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