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I agree. I bought shares in this company before the panel meeting as this company's ability to train an individual's immune system to fight cancer truly hasĀ unbelievable potential. I viewed the investment as a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest in a company that might one day be a leader in the cancer treatment field.

While it's tempting for me to take the quick 300% gain, my more rational side tells me i'd be selling the next genentech for pennies on the dollar. I'm waiting until p-11 data matures, as Provenge's market could expand to billions and billions upon label expansion.

And i think their patented delivery system has the potential to produce many more therapies in the coming years...

I can't wait to watch this story unfold as well...

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