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Interesting read.
I wish i wasn't so superstitious.

Sepsis Detection Device Market to Be Driven by Rising Geriatric Population and High Incidence of Hospital-Acquired Infections - Press Release - Digital Journal
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Old 03-13-2018, 08:16 AM
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As the days go by if i have the opportunity to sell a little i would.

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Shit....I'm not selling now. Lol.
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Yeah.. i have more than i want.
I'm not liking this delay at all after all this is a device without any side effects it shouldn't be this hard.
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Old 03-14-2018, 12:00 AM
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I cut some loose a while back when it ran up to $.40. Sure as shit if I sell some I'll be kicking myself if we get good news. I kindof worked it a little after that big drop 2 October's ago.
I thought we were waiting on response back for the toramyxin cartridges. Thought we already had device approval. Did I read past articles wrong?
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Old 03-14-2018, 10:34 AM
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The toramyxin cartridges are considered a device but the fact the membrane within the cartridge is coated with what i will call a protein makes it more complicated than just a straight device.
We are waiting on the FDA but the FDA has their own rules and are about to pass the expected date of completion.
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Disappointing in the near term.
A post from stockhouse that i think is valid

Wait time vs probabilty.
Reading between the lines, and relying on my observations/opinions from today’s news and trading:

IMO the odds of approval just went up. Sounds to me like the FDA is looking for a face saving way to “approve” PMX in a more limited way, in view of a Primary endpoint miss, and yet still preserve the integrity of the RCT process that has been so long engrained in their approval system. The apparent out? –a request for more supplementary data, and or a smaller non RCT study.
There seems to be a willingness on the part of the FDA to give Spectral the benefit of the doubt, more than likely stemming from an overriding “unmet need”, and positive subgroup data and secondary endpoint positives. If it was otherwise it would have been a flat “ No”
Not clear the extent or amount of new data that will be required. Would have thought lots of real world data registries, etc. would have been sufficient. Were they presented and summarized appropriately? Or is there not sufficient data incorporating EAA and endotoxin levels – the cornerstone of the Spectral approach? Euphas 2 was supposed to provide some of that. Perhaps more is needed.
Share trading in the hundreds of thousands vs. millions. Suggests strong hands. There was a small battle between those who see the odds of approval now higher, vs. those that see it as “dead money” for the next little while. The long process thusfar, has attracted only the most patient of investors. Some of those took the opportunity to accumulate from the least patient, more risk adverse amoungst us.
I don’t rule out the possibility of a lower priced buy-out in the near term (before further FDA mandates). Depends on Spectral insiders level of exhaustion. Perhaps they pass the baton to a Company that has the $ and patience to see it through to completion (and who probably now believes there will be a much less onerous pathway to approval, and who believes that the odds are now squarely in favour of ultimate approval). Plus a new Company would have to put a value on the FDA approved SAM pump and EAA (both of which include worldwide rights).
Next course of action will be somewhat dependent on the potential for new cashflows. In the interim, the Company has to assess their ability to generate higher cashflows in the short term, in order to finance a “least burdensome” approach, that will be “substantially limited in cost and time lines”. E.g. loan from Toray, increased EAA Sales trend, Canadian PMX Sales, SAM pump revenues (CRRT in US, and Hemoperfusion worldwide), distributor advances, etc.
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Buying more on the cheap?
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Sold some at 38.5 not a ton but i have money to pick up some cheap once this drifts down some..i may try to sell a little more if it pops up tomorrow.

Still in but i think till the new study is announced there isn't much to get too excited about.
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This is still kicking.
The home dialysis pump they have is suddenly a commodity.
Home dialysis will be a 24 billion dollar market in the US by 2023 and a $124 billion world wide by 2023.

Hang on.. things could get interesting
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Strange trading on this the past week..big bids and asks.
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