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The Company is a development stage Company.
Will pass FDA..
This stock will continue to grow will the anticipation of FDA approval.
PDUFA-date of June 14th. Run-up expected in May-2013. Expect run-up to $3.5+
upside potential unlimited when product benefits so many people and company is beaten down by the large drug companies. Delcath will be bought out by bms or pfizer in the near future
The PHP system they are developing will pass FDA approval and become the standard of care for organ chemotherapy treatment.
DCTH has a lot of cash for a development stage company. And unlike the run up in december to almost $12 per the NDA , this year they have exposure in Europe... could we then see a run up to $15-$16 before the next NDA in Sept 2011?? Something to think about...
Because the FDA did not squash the product but has unresolved questions about it that require clarification.
DCTH is awaiting NDA from the FDA. It has begun to run as a result and its chart looks extremely positive technically. They just disclosed a 5.08% Blackrock stake in FDA 13g filing. And if the CEO is correct with his believe of 15b market potential, this stock is worth many times its current value.
FDA approval very optimistic.
Delcath should get approval for melanoma mid-2011. The opportunity is much bigger for its PHP system though.
This is really a no brainer when you get past all of the rhetoric. They built a system that puts Chemo only into the organ/region with cancer instead of poisoning the whole patient.Once approved by the FDA in 2011 I predict a $50 share price.
Unique drug delivery system
Significant phase III results, high short interest will cause this to pop going into FDA approval
great invetion give people a little more life mikeeee
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