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Senior Columnist Adam Feuerstein re-examines the red flags in the Cell Genesys story so that when the same issues rear their ugly head in another biotech story investors will be better prepared.
Cell Genesys' 'news' this week doesn't do much to boost prospects for its prostate cancer vaccine.
Medarex's recent drop in stock price means the FDA isn't likely to approve its melanoma drug soon.
Chordiant inks a big deal with a telecom company.
ValueClick and NetSuite could move higher.
Failing a phase III trial is never a good thing. Don't believe a CEO's attempt to spin it otherwise.
RIMM benefited from the explosive demand for Blackberry's.
The stock gets crushed after the drug can't meet its endpoint.
It's still too early to be a Pain Therapeutics bull.
Study results expected in December offer a big risk/reward scenario.
Here's a list of stocks set to report phase III trial results.
This week, questions on Genitope, Immunogen and Nymox. Plus, is Adam really that negative?
The biotech outfit loses nearly half its market cap after saying a trial of MyVax might run until December 2007.
Hologic moves higher after raising sales projections for its digital-mammography systems.
The shares are down nearly 30% after a data board recommends continuing a lymphoma trial.
The aftermarket success of Dutch auction IPOs underscores the value of the process to the Googles and micro-caps of the world.
Fourth quarter set to be most active in a year but flood of biotech issues brings weak results.
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