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Itís a failure (Hair Multiplication & Stem Cells Treatment)

posted by ven E-mail, 02.05.2012, 19:09

Ľ 3.2% - 4.3% growth increase - thatís nothing.
Ľ As far as I remember they had been targeting for moderate 20% . So they
Ľ must be bitterly disappointed. Obviously they canít tell this in their
Ľ resume because it would mean suicide for the company.
Ľ I almost guarantee that they wonít proceed with second phase because I
Ľ canít see anyone putting a penny in 3.2 % growth. Plus, even if they do
Ľ that, subsequent stages of desperate development gonna drag forever until
Ľ they squeeze out that familiar excuse Ė due to lack of fundsÖ
Ľ Basically itís another intercytex story unravelling in front of our eyes.
Ľ You canít go from 3.2 % to 50% - 60% numbers, thatís what required in
Ľ order to be approved by fda.

I dont think they were targeting 20% - at least its not clear from their prior statements. They have been all along very cautious about expected growth - with "very successful" being a Rogaine equivalent without the sides and need to constantly apply it. So they aimed for modest results, i.e. no sides and have achieved it. Plus, they already have funding lined up and secured for Phase 2, plus they have already started canvassing for candidates for Phase 2, so its going ahead. I totally agree 3.2% will not translate to cosmetically acceptable results, but then again, Phase 1 was about safety not efficacy. So I think its Phase 2 that will decide whats going to happen.

If Phase 2 is a cropper, then yes, the company has basically not been successful.

ven is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

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