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Rayno Life Sciences DX and Tools Update: 2015 Q1 Winners ALR,FMI,HOLX

Diagnostic Stocks rally with NASDAQ and Small Caps -IWM Up 1.66% Life Science Tools and Diagnostics stocks are a tad off their one year highs hit by dollar strength and disappointing revenue growth in some cases. Sequencing stocks were big winners but sold off after the JPMorgan Conference. Nonetheless the sector is attractive longer term […]

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Rayno Dx and Tools: 2015 Q1 Mid Quarter Update-FMI, CSII, HOLX, ALR

Bullish Trend Continues for Mid-Cap Growth Stocks The Life Science Tools and Clinical Diagnostics sector kept pace with major life science ETF performance. Major  ETFs (FBT,IBB,XBI) are up about 10% YTD and our top performers are up over 10%. We will provide an update of our  Clinical Diagnostics portfolio after all earnings reports are in. […]

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JPMorgan Healthcare Conference Notes #1: Sequencing Picks Romp-FMI

Sequencing Remains Hot-Roche (RHHBY) Deal With Foundation Medicine (FMI) Worth $1.1B Targeted Oncology Therapy-Molecular information from pathways and biomarkers e.g. PDL-1 RNA based immunotherapy test Continuous  monitoring of tumor specific information and molecular alterations All of our sequencing picks were up  1/12 on Roche equity deal to support oncology with personalized medicine development. Two other […]

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Rayno Dx and Tools 2014 Performance YTD: ABAX EXAS ILMN PACB SQNM

Many Big Winners Are Among  Rayno Diagnostics and Tools Stocks in 2014 Abaxis (ABAX) up 46%  A major “Point of Care” (POC) Dx Player in veterinary and human markets. Exact Sciences (EXAS) up 135%  An emerging Dx player with non-invasive, DNA based test for colon cancer. Illumina Inc. (ILMN) up 68%  Leading provider of DNA […]

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Rayno DX and Tools Mid Year Review and AACC Update: ABAX, ILMN, HOLX, TMO.. Update-2

Update -2 Aug. 1 Draft Guidance on LDTs Coming from FDA in 60 Days: Tests Must Be Validated More regulation coming means greater development costs and potential time delays for clinical tests in development and currently marketed as LDTs . Presumably LDT tests will be allowed to remain on the market. Potential intermediate term impact […]

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