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Slower Growth in Diagnostics Stocks Except for NexGen Sequencing and Molecular

New technologies in diagnostics and tools are driving growth: NexGen sequencing, molecular and “point-of-care” testing platforms and veterinary testing. M&A and consolidation should continue. The sector is a laggard due to slowing  sales and earnings growth vs forecasts. Rayno Clinical Diagnostics Portfolio Update We initiated coverage of Clinical Diagnostic and Life Science Tools stocks in […]

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ASCO 2015 Biotech Movers Day Two: FCSC, JUNO, RXDX

Update-1 BLUE Drops 1.96% and 1.77% After Hours 6/3 In the bubbly CAR-T world bluebird bio (BLUE) and Celgene announced a deal for   for development of product candidates for B-cell maturation antigen (BMCA) utilizing bluebird bios’s gene therapy technology to modify a patient’s own T-Cells to target cancer cells. A $25M up-front payment was made but […]

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Rayno Biopharma Stocks at ASCO: ARRY, CLVS, RXDX

Biotech Indices Can’t Break Through Triple Top IBB at $365, XBI at $239 Red and green day Biotech stocks were mixed today with the major indices holding the flat line. However with all of the clinical data coming out of ASCO (American Society for Clinical Oncology) 2015 in Chicago, IL many “immuno-oncology” stocks were movers. […]

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Rayno Life Science Stocks Move Higher: CLVS, RHHBY-ASCO Preview

Rayno Biopharmaceutical Stocks– ASCO Plays or Not Large Caps Rule Clovis Oncology (CLVS) up 16.7%, 79% YTD to $100 level! Several data CLVS Presentations for ASCO including two oral and six posters for non-small cell lung cancer and ovarian cancer. Also with a valuation of only $3.4B and three platform products in the pipeline including companion […]

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Risk Back On:Biotech Stocks Rally- IBB, XBI… Update-1…CLVS

4/13 Update  Biotech Sector Uptrend Intact XBI at 232.09 Clovis Oncology (CLVS) Up 13% On Upgrade Biotech Sector Brings In Buyers The late Q1 sell-off appears over as buyers are coming in near the 5o day moving average of the XBI, the more volatile ETF.The IBB shows a similar chart and both are up over […]

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