Category: The Week in Review

Tracing Large Pharmaceutical Companies’ Choices

Tracing Large Pharmaceutical Companies’ Choices

The Week in Review #8 Potential biotech winners inspired through COLLABORATION - When successful top-­tier drug developing firms such as Amgen (AMGN) or Merck (MRK) sign strategic collaborating agreements with small development-­stage biotech firms,...   &nbsp . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please click here to subscribe or log in.
New Breakthrough Immuno-Oncology Products

New Breakthrough Immuno-Oncology Products

The Week in Review #7 A lot more happened in the past week regarding improving the treatment of cancer and of other devastating diseases. This issue contains discoveries that aim at improving breakthrough immuno-­oncology treatment outcomes. Here are some of the breakthrough technologies and treatments that might improve, by-­far, the management of cancer . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please click here to …
New Possible Treatment for Glioblastoma, Why PTCT Stock Rallied on Bad News and More

New Possible Treatment for Glioblastoma, Why PTCT Stock Rallied on Bad News and More

The Week in Review #6 A lot has happened in the past week regarding treatments of devastating diseases. One of the accomplishments was the outcome of the revolution in life sciences’ research and capabilities. This is the discovery of a protein that causes the growth of the malignant brain tumor glioblastoma . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please click here to subscribe or …
Confirmed as Therapeutic Molecules, Alnylam’s RNAI Made the Most Important News of the Week and the Year

Confirmed as Therapeutic Molecules, Alnylam’s RNAI Made the Most Important News of the Week and the Year

The Week in Review #5 ALNYLAM (ALNY) and Sanofi Genzyme, the specialty care global business unit of Sanofi announced that the APOLLO Phase 3 study of patisiran, an investigational RNAi therapeutic for hereditary ATTR amyloidosis with polyneuropathy, met its primary efficacy endpoint and all secondary endpoints. The primary endpoint for the study was the change from baseline in the modified neuropathy impairment score (mNIS+7) at …
Some Small Outperforming Biotech Firms

Some Small Outperforming Biotech Firms

The Week in Review #4 AMAZING STOCK REBOUNDING - We have already witnessed and wrote about the fierce rebounding of some of our selected stocks comprising: Exelixis (EXEL), Sangamo (SGMO), Array (ARRY), ImmunoGen (IMGN) and others . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please click here to subscribe or log in.
Some Good and Bad Stories

Some Good and Bad Stories

The Week in Review #2 The Fairest Upgrades of the Week - Some analysts gave a generous and well measured dose of fairness evaluating biotech firms’ accomplishments. Credit Swiss upgrades Portola Pharmaceuticals (PTLA) from neutral to outperform while maintaining its $70 target . . . This content is for paid subscribers. Please click here to subscribe or log in.
The STAR of the Week

The STAR of the Week

THE WEEK IN REVIEW Wall Street As we said in yesterday’s article posted under Today’s Highlights, stocks can plummet at any time, regardless of whether they have the best or the worst grades for their financial or accomplishments reports. Stocks can falter (yet quickly recover) for various reasons, as their prices are decided by thousands of stocks exchanging hands between sellers who need to sell …