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Regulatory News for Rare Disease Products-Hot Stocks: BLUE,ICPT,SRPT …Updates

Update-1 See Chart below of Emerging Orphan drug players in comparison to leaders ALXN and BMRN. Update 5/21 on BLUE gene therapy for Gene therapy for sickle cell disease Will add to gene therapy watch list the following Company:Spark Therapeutics, Inc. (ONCE) , market cap $1.66B, $9.55 Cash/Sh., up 35% YTD focused in genetic diseases […]

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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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Hot Biotech Sector: Mid-Caps Have Both M&A and Pipeline Premiums

Valuations Step-Up With More Deals  Prior to the acquisition of Pharmacyclics (PCYC) by Abbvie (ABBV) for $20B, the top price paid for an emerging biotech company was in the $10B range. Two additional companies among the mid-caps  were acquired in prior years: Cubist by Merck in December 2014 and Onyx by Amgen in 2013. M&A […]

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Biotechs Tag Along With Broad Market Rally: FBT Up 3%

Jobs Report Drive Stocks Higher-DOW Up 1.5% Stocks moved higher on the “goldilocks” job report which showed a gain of 223k added in April. The jobs number was too high to raise concerns about an increase in rates but not too bullish because overall productivity is down. Jobless claims are down also tracking an improved […]

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Surveying the Damage with Rayno Life Science Stocks…2015 YTD

Biotech Bounce-Caution on New Positions IBB up 2% at 340 support level Most biotech stocks are green as of early trading on May 1. Although the sector has taken a beating since April 23 most ETFs and funds are outperforming the market year to date up more than 10%. As we posted earlier this week […]

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