Wotten is a rat but Hobbs may also be a rat which scares me. Hobbs had to know he was feeding investors a pack of lies when he was promoting DCTH's technology.
The judge really doesn't have to rule unless Medac's NDA is approved on the 10th. The arguments are in place so I think it makes sense to see if the FDA does the dirty work for him.
I think most new, refill, or renewals are filled on a monthly basis. This is a $500 a month drug so I doubt most insurers are filling scripts for more then one month. Do you want to give an individual a 3 or 6 month supply & then it go to waste?
If you just go by TRx then I think your capturing most revenues. I'm just trying to keep it simple until management says differently.
David, If the TRX is trending up then that's all the data I need. Your answering your own question why I'm not using NRx.
NRx does not include prescriptions for refills, but does include renewals, which are scripts patients get when they run out of refills. TRx (Total Prescriptions) includes refills AND renewals.
I don't know if NRx is a new or renewal so that's why I said there is noise in the data due to unknown duration.
This is what you said:
"Every person that takes insulin today uses an injector of some sort. You also claim that you inject people with insulin as a part of your work. So by posting Buffalo Manure like that you are clearly lying either about your profession or trying to misslead people who are posting an hones question about competition.
I don't think that any poster on this board can swing the shareprice in one direction or another but posting outright #¤%& to scare of newbies is a bit OTT. Even Whatwhat is consistant with his garbage(He is on ignore) but you are flip flopping like nobody's bussiness."
- So your 100% wrong to say every person uses an injector
- You called me a liar since I stated I use a needle & syringe with my job.
- I was correct with my statement & asked you not to twist the truth but you've continued to do so.
I'm still waiting for your apology. You'd think someone who called an individual a liar from Appalachia would apologize when they were 100% wrong.
One other thing that Nammuang apparently doesn't know & you may. Many insulin users combine a short & long acting insulin in one syringe in order to decrease the number of injections. How are they going to do this with a pen?
The author has a picture of a needle & syringe so maybe you need to rethink your statement.
The article's first paragraph, "Many people with diabetes must take insulin to manage their disease. Most people who take insulin use a needle and syringe to inject insulin just under the skin. Several other devices for taking insulin are available and new approaches are under development. No matter which approach a person uses for taking insulin, consistent monitoring of blood glucose levels is important. Good blood glucose control can prevent complications of diabetes."
So millions of people use the basic insulin syringe every day. You can apologize anytime you want.
Your statement about injecting insulin. I said something about individuals using a basic needle & syringe for their insulin injections. That doesn't mean I believe every individual uses a basic insulin syringe.
Nammuang, you remind me of so many others I've proven wrong. Twist the truth & never admit that you've been wrong.
The only thing investors should be concerned about is news on the injunction hearing & Medac's PDUFA on the 10th.
The company doesn't achieve breakeven from Otrexup until 1000 weekly. At the current rate its going to take another year.