By: mbengineer
08 Dec 2004, 11:52 AM EST
Msg. 178409 of 188686
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It is not unusual for the FDA to request clarification or additional info on the first IND request.. It was required by SEC rules for the submission to be PR'd. Stop looking for negatives where they do not exist
By: mbengineer
08 Dec 2004, 03:36 PM EST
Msg. 178440 of 188686
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I'm glad that we have an expert on pharma co's since rar must have years of experience in the field. Why else would he give us his opinion. If the results of a 30 patient study is positive above 80%, then the pharmas will take notice. Lets see what happens after Dr D's presentation in jan is made public.

 
By: mbengineer
08 Dec 2004, 06:42 PM EST
Msg. 178519 of 188686
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rar fact one.. there is at least $6,000,000 in the till now. Just a example of ur facts.
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By: mbengineer
08 Dec 2004, 06:53 PM EST
Msg. 178526 of 188686
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hey rar...One step at a time.

 
By: shaggydogs
08 Dec 2004, 06:56 PM EST
Msg. 178527 of 188686
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Do you have any proof? How the hel.l do you know:
1. there is no money,
2. results are iffy,
3. everyone in the company has actually lied [are you God],
4. and that there is nobody actually beating down the door to finance development?

Actually, ADVR is a shell of a company at this point in comparison to what it will be some day.

I truly hope and pray you are alive when ADVR sells their first vial of AVR118 to anyone.


 
By: SUE32073
08 Dec 2004, 06:59 PM EST
Msg. 178528 of 188686
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Yes, Shaggy.....I will give "Elma" credit for submitting the INDA early. In fact, I am quite "thrilled" by the event. However, I am a little concerned, as not that long ago (I believe), she mentioned at one of the "meet the CEO conferences" --- she wasn't sure WHAT would be contained in the INDA! Is she playing POKER with ADVR's chips -- I sure hope she knows what the heck she is doing! I hope Carol and company have adequately supplied "Elma" with enough material (God help us if the total "work performed" total is more than the $5 million Globomax charged) to appease the FDA? Honestly, I just don't know!
 
By: SUE32073
08 Dec 2004, 07:27 PM EST
Msg. 178538 of 188686
(This msg. is a reply to 178526 by mbengineer.)
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mbengineer. I truly hate the fact you are posting here. In fact, I feel you do more damage than good (at least, as far as some of us "oldies" with memories are concerned). But, since you insist upon "stepping" into this Lions Den here, I have been wanting to ask you something for a very, very long time. WHY, IN THE DEVIL, DID HIRSCHMAN SAY, IN AN INTERVIEW, HE FELT THE DRUG WOULD GO TO MARKET IN 2001. What possessed Hirschman to make such a "profound" statement, prior to any INDA submission -- in fact, prior to anything know to mankind as far as the FDA is concerned, anyway?...TIA

 
By: kevtod
08 Dec 2004, 07:36 PM EST
Msg. 178541 of 188686
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The only thing MBengineer is saying is....

....that somebody, ANYBODY, could do a better job than he did in bringing the "little drug that could" to market....Why not the "African Queen" ??? (He pumps her up, as if he was the one who brought her on board.)

He does deserve propers for his own longevity in the twenty years that he lived off the fat of ADVR investors....

Let's give the ole shyster his due.....

Hey Bill, you still jackin' yourself up with this "Reticulose" crap every other day ????

You oughta live to be at least 100 !!!

IAG.....-kevtod