WSJ:Here's my shout out in the Wall Street Journal: The maker of the clinical trial drug I've been testing (FTY720) is going to file for FDA approval. I think it takes 6 months to a year for the FDA to do the final evaluation and interviews and make the decision. And supposedly during that time the maker stocks up on drugs that are soon the be approved. I'm supposed to be on the Extension Phase for the rest of 2010, and then I go off it when/if the drug gets approved. FDA, hear me now, even Satan's Yeast Infection is worth it for this drug. An extra 30% chance of winning on my lottery ticket? Yes. Here's hoping that I have to pay for this stuff with everyone else before the end of the year.
Fortune Magazine:Teddy J was again listed as being a damn good place to work by Fortune magazine. They did not mention the Starbucks in the cafeteria or the frequent free food or the way they get the old group of friends back together. I got a visit from Friend #2 today, she and #4 will be moving in to the same building with #3 and I next month.
Damn, gotta go to bed, gotta be downtown at 8 so I can get two more tests to help progress the drug toward FDA Approval.
Hours Later: I was wondering why I couldn't get to sleep, and I realized: someone might look at the juxtaposition of my two journalistic shoutouts and think I was making a stock suggestion. I am so NOT doing that. I write training. I don't give stock market advice. I am sure if I looked it up there's some fancy disclaimer I could use.