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CUV, CLINUVEL PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED
2hotty61
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Can some learned person here help me understand the reason the share price keeps going down ...ASX today...$32.85 ...down 4.5%.....after the holy grail of getting FDA approval.??... my understanding as the final piece in the puzzle to getting on the road of onward and upward...

 
bretto32
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In Reply To: Kalaz's post @ Today, 09:46 AM

alot of the management of vitiligo seems to be topical and steroids.

Without any knowledge into the science behind it, I would think that the treatment regime would involve a number of implants to begin with which would then go into a maintenance period using a topical.

But this is purely guesswork and obviously each person and their condition will require slightly different treatment to achieve the best results for them.

 
Billy Boots
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In Reply To: macgyver's post @ Today, 07:48 AM

OK Mac, normally I would agree, but these are not normal times, because with so many shorters HAMMERING this company at the moment, surely it wouldn't help our share price unless millions of shares were sold so as to undermine these smart shorters. Again I am not selling, but yes I am still a pissed off Aussie.

 
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In Reply To: Kalaz's post @ Today, 09:24 AM

I suspect the price per implant may not drop too much for vitiligo, the main reason being that treatment is supposedly curative. So each patient will have 6 - 12 months of treatment and that will be it, as opposed to recurring treatment for life as is the case with EPP. They also have plans for one of the topical lotions to be used as a maintenance therapy for Vitiligo, but that is a long way off.

PW seems solely focused on vitiligo as the next opportunity for Clinuvel, and rightly so. I wouldn't be surprised if we never hear about VP and the other potential orphan indications again.


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Kalaz
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In Reply To: bretto32's post @ Today, 09:35 AM

Yep, sorry I meant 65 million, so that increases everything.. I saw a post some time ago regarding a Vitiligo estimate but cannot find it

 
bretto32
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In Reply To: Kalaz's post @ Today, 09:24 AM

Vitiligo affects between 70-90 Million people worldwide.

 


Kalaz
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Somebody help me out here please.
I understand there are approximately 6.5 million people worldwide affected by Vitiligo. If .03% of the population were to be treated that would be 195,000 patients. I assume the price per implant would drop dramatically, does anyone have a thought on price per implant as I am thinking 10% of current price??? 1700.00 per implant USS 2500.00 AUD. With 6 implants per year that's 1.3 billion USD ... what does that translate too in share price, and how do you arrive at your share price? Doing some homework for a friend who is now interested in investing. Thank you in advance.

 
garthyd
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https://www.ig.com/au/news-and-trade-ideas/...-retreat-191015


 
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That would be explosive

 
macgyver
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In Reply To: Verharven's post @ Today, 04:40 AM

Just need Ross Greenwood and ol' mate David Koch on board and we'll have saturation of the mainstream Australian business media. biggrin.gif


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