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  • NEJM Editorial Raises Questions About Dendreon’s Cancer Vaccine Study: Biotech's Latest Mishaps [View article]
    So basically you are saying that in the editorial they are surprised at the results and don't understand how it works. Maybe thats because they are not the scientist to have discovered this breatkthrough! Means nothing if someone out there doesn't understand. Proven and Proven again! FDA APPROVED! Live longer and have quality of life isn't that what matters or do you not care.
    Aug 1, 2010. 03:25 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cancer Vaccines: Northwest Biotherapeutics vs. Dendreon [View article]
    You are really a fool dupped into owning shares in this company and writing this article. Don't you know when you've been taken? Dendreons Provenge is the FDA approved treatment! eom
    Jul 16, 2010. 10:07 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dendreon and Provenge: What if We Lived in England? [View article]
    I can't believe you would write such a messed up article on Provenge!! Why don't you research better what you write. Provenge extends life by a median, repeat median of 4.1 months with patients still alive past 3 years and have quality of life. The price is less then chemo and radiation because the side affects of current treatments leave a body so damaged that the cost is greater! What would you want? How would like it if our government decided! Provenge would save money and maybe your life if they could offer it in the beginning of the disease instead of the end.
    Jul 10, 2010. 09:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dendreon, The Fabled "Next Amgen"  [View instapost]
    I really appreciate this new writer. I am going to start reading his posts because for the first time someone has done his homework and reports the facts correctly. Saulk is an asset worth keeping. My father died waiting for Provenge approval in 2007 his doctor told him it should be approved and he was an excellent candidate. The price was well worth it, especially since the other treatments cost more because of the damages on the body.
    Jul 10, 2010. 05:13 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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