hyperopia Friday, 03/08/19 12:30:19 PM Re: CYRXorbust post# 11582 Post # of 11885 All in all, it was a good quarter and a solid year. 40 net new trials were added this quarter, and 120 clinical trials were added for the year, for an impressive total of 357. Cryoport said they held nearly 40% of the clinical trial market in the Regenerative Medicine space, which is a good thing, because clinical trials looks to be where the bulk of their revenues will come from for the next year or two. So, 4 MAA's were filed in Europe and 2 BLA's were filed in the United States during 2018, and we found out from some good questioning (from the B. Riley FBR analyst, Andrew D’Silva) that 5 are Cryoport clients. This is one of the few things that management offered guidance on last year and they were accurate on that. But so far, no news on when to expect approvals or when they will begin commercial sales. They now anticipate six additional BLA and MAA submissions from Cryoport’s clients in 2019. Novartis expects to increase Kymriah revenues fourfold, and Gilead is projecting sales of Yescarta to double this year, but it still looks to be a slow ramp for commercial revenues. And contrary to a belief held by a certain poster here, (cough cough) the company said it is actively pursuing potential acquisitions. Shelton said “we'll look at software companies, we'll look at components of manufacturing that could provide strategic advantage. We'll also look at adjacencies and we talked about some of those in the past, like storage and like, again, software and other services that we think fit with our Company. So, we definitely are looking at them, but we have yet to pull the trigger.” Don't worry CB, I think you will still have another chance to sell in the teens.