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I keep thinking that in the end we have one data point, we aren't really sure what that data point means, and we sure don't know what we don't know, i.e., the kind of stuff the all too often emerges in P3 to doom a previously promising drug. The one data point is certainly exciting because it is so dramatic, but there is an awful lot here that we don't know. Even if one has a lot of confidence in management ... they don't know it either.

OK...let me summarize to make sure I got that:

We don't know what we don't know and there's an awful lot here we don't know and management doesn't know what we don't know.

Did I get that right?
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