Peregrine Investors: Once Bitten, Twice Shy
Feb 19th 2013 11:40AM
Updated Feb 19th 2013 2:00PM
This morning, Peregrine Pharmaceuticals released additional details regarding its revised analysis of bavituximab in non-small cell lung cancer. Today's release comes less than a week after investors totally misinterpreted clinical data on the drug used in pancreatic cancer, initially bidding up shares before a sharp sell-off later in the day. As Brenton Flynn outlines in the video below, this time around the investor reaction has been much more rational.
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