Diabetic Investor's Kliff says the number of patients who meet that condition is tiny and meaningless. Generex still needs to get Oral-lyn approved by the FDA before it can fully market the drug in the U.S.
The ADA's Robertson says the only people who worry about insulin injections are people who don't have diabetes. "Oral insulin, respiratory insulin, buccally delivered insulin are all marketing driven technologies, they are not driven by the real need of diabetes patients."
Generex shares trade for around 60 cents. I know that looks cheap but don't bother with an oral insulin delivery technology that's not going anywhere.
I had a mini debate on Twitter this week with a @jimcollins, a Sequenom (SQNM) bull who was exacerbated by what he considered to be an unjustified drop in the Sequenom's stock following Monday's quarterly conference call."I didn't hear anything on the conference call to cause a 20% drop," wrote @jimcollins. In a later tweet, he remarked, "Did people expect Harry
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