|What drug were you on when you wrote this laughable nonsense?|
(1) You ASSume that every single man, woman, and child will buy the drug at full value rather than something based in reality that a relatively much smaller percentage of the people.
(2) You call an entire $45 million in mythical sales as net income -- $0 allocated for cost of the drugs or overhead which are already significant.
(3) Then you use a P/E ratio static in response to a post using P/S statics.
By the way, if you used the laughable ASSumption that everybody with a disease got cured by NNVC, there would be little if anybody left the following year to cure! The 45,000 people per year who get the disease need to get it from UNCURED people for the most part otherwise the numbers diminish to zero.
Better ASSumption, yet still wildly optimistic, would be say 25% take the drug so there are still plenty of new and uncured people to keep it spreading. Your $45 million goes down to barely any profit if any at all. It would realistically bring the company a lot closer to break-even at best which is great but it's nowhere near the laughable attempt at analysis in your post.
No wonder you're getting your butt handed to you -- Even the basic mathematics of stocks escape you.