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I wasn't for the sgen deal and I'm not for anything to do with sgen right now, but they got accelerated approval for at Adcentris first shot. They were one of the 38, so I don't think we should compare our ability with theirs to get it done.
Stockdoc, since you found the 38 of 38 number, could you give us the URL. It is such an impressive number that I’d sure like to read about it. I searched for half an hour and couldn’t find it, used keywords “BTD and AA” and others.
JB, sure, but now I know they can screw up a production, thought they were the symbol of perfection before.
Just so I'm clear, you don't want posts like the following? Post 49977 made by LadyPI to me. Which was not true (in some circles they call that a lie, but in this snowflake age I suppose we should say she was taken out of context).
"That nasty, arrogant post you posted one eve, directed toward me, and which either you or administrator took down, repost it. Speaks volumes about you. Out of respect for Lonnie and others on this board I will leave it at that."
Neither you or I have the ability to take down a post and LadyPI has been posting long enough to know that. And how long did LadyPI serve in the penalty box?
I know that maybe the best thing is for us all to forget about it and move on. And that would be par for the course for the majority of posters on this board. Ignore obvious stock manipulation, ignore obvious misleading information by analysts, ignore that we have absolutely no evidence that IMMU didn't meet FDA standards (other than the FDA said so) and just move on and blame management. Sorry, you can put me back in the penalty box if you want, but I'm not wired that way. I've made information available. I compiled timelines and verifiable facts and you can do with it what you want. I can't think of anything of value which has been posted here since the CRL so I don't care about a penalty box. Just came here to try and help cancer patients get the drug they want and until the FDA produces legitimate reasons for the CRL I'm erring on the side the problem being with the FDA, not IMMU management. In a few weeks or months I may be proven wrong, but with so much at stake for the patients I can't understand the veil of secrecy at the FDA. This isn't a game.
"Ignore obvious stock manipulation, ignore obvious misleading information by analysts, ignore that we have absolutely no evidence that IMMU didn't meet FDA standards (other than the FDA said so)"
I don't see "obvious" anything. Just a set of facts that leads you to that speculative conclusion. Also, the actual fact that the FDA issued a CRL means they did not meet FDA standards. If you think those standards are inappropriate and the company should have been given a pass anyway, that's your opinion, but not a fact of any sort, and without any evidentiary basis. In the history of the FDA, they have gotten into trouble many times for approving drugs that should not have been approved, but they have never been in trouble for not approving a drug which should have been. That is the risk benefit calculation that FDA officials make.