$HEPA A quick thought. We are all well aware that there are many positive PRs being held back by Foster et al. People question why they would release the fluff cancer PR, while not releasing the full P2A data. I believe @Jungle_Creed is correct that it was to create churn. The drop dead date for any deal being done must soon be approaching. Releasing fluff PRs allows them to shake some shares loose while saving the juicy stuff for the real move. Whether or not the move comes before or after NASH-TAG, I can't say. What I will say is that I expect a flood of good news to be released once they have deemed it time to let the stock run. Until then, they are not going to waste any of the more powerful PRs. If they do, they risk losing control before they are ready to let it run.