Why Shares of Oncothyreon Imploded Yesterday
Dec 20th 2012 5:14PM
Updated Dec 20th 2012 5:22PM
Shares of biotech company Oncothyreon fell more than 50% yesterday. The company released Phase 3 data for its drug Stimuvax, an experimental vaccine that treats non-small cell lung cancer, which showed that the drug failed to improve overall survival for patients in the clinical trial. In this video, Motley Fool health-care analysts Max Macaluso and Brenton Flynn take us through the details.
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