What it would do, for sure, is put INO on the front pages of every newspaper, newscast, and the lips of the world's population. We would be the talk of the planet.
I don't know about any of you, but that latest article was the most inane and off-base conglomeration of half-truths and ill informed supposition looking for a conclusion I've ever read. For the most part, this guy had no idea what he was talking about. The way he sounds he doesn't follow the company, and has not done much research. He is very incomplete. I suppose he's just looking for a payday from SA.
Some are trying to make the comparison to Zalicus' r/s. The reason Z did one was to raise cash pre P2 results and avoid delisting when P2 failed. Stockholders did take a bath; especially those who bought at the high. I don't know if they had fears P2 would fail or not, but what they did essentially ruined the company. Their latest pain med is now being touted as efficacious in trials , but the company has already made a deal be absorbed by another small biotech. Shareholders who've stayed in will only get a small portion of the new company. INO, however, has a completely different situation. They have cash and partners. They are expanding their company and gearing up research and manufacturing capacity. They have hired key people to handle their growth. Either they are the biggest criminals in the world scheming to rob us blind, or they know what they're doing, and they're building a company to make us all rich. If prefer to think they are on target. I think I'm right.
It is a great and wonderful thing to be a small part of the cure for cancer. We offer hope for the hopeless, and change the lives of families for the better forever.
AF is looking like a fool in regards to his bashing of NWBO. I hope the same thing happens here at INO soon. AF reminds me of the boy who was picked on as a child. He wants to get back at the world, and his world seems to be biotech companies.
Why would we want to settle for a paltry $15 when NWBO is worth much, much more? What is a cure for cancer worth?
The experimental drug used to treat the two American health workers is ZMapp. It was developed by Mappbio and Leafbio in San Diego. The drug is made using tobacco plants which synthesize parts of the virus, and then used to boost the immune system response to the Ebola invasion. Reynolds American, in Owensboro, Kentucky, makes the ZMapp drug, and is attempting to acquire ownership. So, all tobacco isn't bad after all.
I'm no scientist. I'm not a doctor. But, I do not understand AF's story in regards to his assertion that a tumor may show necrosis from injecting anything into it because of inflammation. So, why aren't we treat tumors with water? Can't we just continue to irritate them and cause inflammation to kill cells? Neither AF or this Doctor he interviewed challenged the fact these cancerous tumors showed extensive tumor cell death/shrinkage with a large number of T-cell infiltration. Doesn't this show efficaciousness of treatment? This is in patients where NOTHING else would work; no chemotherapy and no operation. They are at the end of the string, and now something NWBO puts in them shows activity? People should be celebrating this fact. We should be buying the H out of the stock, and it should be going through the roof.
How fortunate we shareholders are to be a part of this company. At this time, in this place, we will make history,
Ebola could evolve into a human pandemic like AIDS, only worse. To be prepared is the key. Surely the US would not only encourage, but pay for the vaccine development. There is always the danger of this dread disease being spread across the world. Everyone could be exposed with a few hours flight from West Africa.
I wonder why AF never mentions MD Anderson? You would think MD Anderson is a shill organization conducting trials on a product that produces no help to its patients with cancer. That MD Anderson hasn't thrown DCVax out must be some oversight on their part - either that or they see some efficacy there.
AF's article is typical of his behavior. He reminds me of a magician's assistant. He attracts our attention while his buddies profit. Don't let his sleight of hand distract you.
This is typical for AF. He's the most negative writer/commenter anywhere. INO isn't the first biotech to be attacked viciously by AF and the Street. AF can always see a dark lining in any bright cloud.
Congratulations for your faith, and your perseverance. Your investment in NorthWest Biotherapeutics has born fruit. We are on the cusp of providing miraculous cures for one of the most insidious, cruel maladies of mankind, cancer. What an age we live in! To be a part of this momentous accomplishment is astounding; to be of service to the world is an honor. You, my fellow shareholders, are deserving of reward.
It is all very exciting to be sure.
Isn't it true we have well documented people surviving for years because of NWBO? Hedge funds have been getting killed for a few years now. This article might be another act of desperation. If you can identify both the pumpers and the shorts, throw 'em out ~ disregard everything they say, but remember those brain cancer patients that are alive today because of NWBO. That's the only thing that really matters.