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Charly

Thanxs for the feedback. Very in depth view of whats going on with DNA.
I know Roche will not want to hurt DNA but in some occassions their interests may go against other shareholders: i.e. if some dilution comes up in the stock due to some transaction I would rather DNA live with the dilution and use their cash to keep their leading position and not to buy back stock to maintain the Roche share in the company, Roche may very well be happy with the buyback...not me as a individual shareholder.

In any case I think you points deserve consideration and we are likely to see a brighter future for DNA.

Churun
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