I totally understand and overall agree with you. My main point is this: any company wanting to partner with (or buyout) CYDY is probably also far more capable of helping to get the holds lifted than the people we have now, so they might enter into an agreement whereby they would help and if successful, then the partnership (or buyout) goes into effect and if not, then it doesn't.
No smart company is going to wait this out, knowing they could help and knowing maybe other companies are waiting it out too (I don't think so) because that would mean a partnership or buyout comes at a higher cost if there is some kind of "bidding war" to partner with or buyout CYDY.
Example: Shohei Otani is the best baseball player in the world (pitcher and hitter) but he is undergoing Tommy John surgery and won't pitch next season, although he can hit. He is a free agent. Teams are NOT going to wait to see how he recovers from the surgery and if he can pitch again, they are going to line up to sign him NOW in hopes that he will be ok. If it was known that he is totally OK, the price would be even higher, so you do it NOW and take out an insurance policy on him.