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 Tuesday, April 28, 2015

ImmunoGen (IMGN) Has Good News, Bad News as Sanofi (SAN.PA) SAAR3419 Deal Falls Apart and Ovarian Cancer Treatment Moves Forward

Advancing Biogen (BIIB)’s Alzheimer’s Treatment Could Cost $2.5 Billion Before Knowing if the Drug Works

EXCLUSIVE: Navidea (NAVB) CEO Tells BioSpace (DHX) New Cancer Treatment Will See More Trial Data in 2015

In Fight Against Alzheimer's, $100 Million Genentech (RHHBY) Trial in Colombia May Be Ground Zero

Prior to FDA Vote, Advisory Committee Cites Study Bias Concerns Over Amgen (AMGN) Cancer Vaccine

Celladon (CLDN) Will Lay Off Workers, Loses 80% of Value As Heart Failure Drug Flunks Phase IIb Trial

EXCLUSIVE: Jounce CEO Says Funding Aims for Trials Next Year, Will Hire 10

Aerie (AERI) Freefalls Aftermarket as Rhopressa Fails Phase III Study

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EXCLUSIVE: Jounce CEO Says Funding Aims for Trials Next Year, Will Hire 10

This Is Your Teen's Brain Behind The Wheel, University of Illinois Study

Aerie (AERI) Freefalls Aftermarket as Rhopressa Fails Phase III Study

Amgen (AMGN) Boasts 51% Rise in Profit, Abandons Phase II Brodalumb Study, but Pushes Biosimilars

Gilead (GILD) Offers Free Drugs in Georgia in Hep C Eradication Experiment

Fat Signals Control Energy Levels In The Brain, Washington University School of Medicine Study

Extra Sleep May Restore Memory And Stall Alzheimer’s-Like Condition, Washington University School of Medicine Study

Turmeric May Help Treat Oral Cancers, Emory University Study

Merck & Co. (MRK) Poised To Enter Oral HCV Market Dominated by Gilead (GILD) and AbbVie (ABBV)

Twins Experiment Reveals Genetic Link With Mosquito Bites, University of Florida Study


 
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