sblfe Wednesday, 09/12/18 01:29:38 PM Re: None Post # of 56 Sometimes it is not what is said that is important but rather what is not said.. Today's press release: This acceptance as a presentation of late-breaking clinical trial results is based on the ability of REDUCE-IT to address a critical question in cardiovascular prevention. The AHA has reviewed the design of the REDUCE-IT study, however, they have not yet seen the results of the study. As Amarin has guided in the past, topline results of this study are anticipated to be made public prior to the end of this month, September 2018. The AHA has not been provided any advanced access to the results of this study. Notice they stated that the AHA has NOT yet seen the results of the study. Notice that it did not state that Amarin hasn't seen it like JT has said in the past. To push to present at the AHA w/ knowledge of the result is a positive as they would not be in a hurry if it was negative. Also, you can not provide advanced access to the results if you don't have it. You'd simply say we still do not have the results. Essentially we know they have the results. The question is whether they completely understand it and that is the sole reason why it has not been PR'ed yet. I could be reading into something that isn't there or wasn't intentional but the way its written subtly implies they have it and by PR'ing their push to present it asap, reflects what is likely a positive outcome.