Should Incyte Investors Be Panicked?
byMar 18th 2013 6:54PM
Editor's note: The following video incorrectly stated that a patient taking Incyte's drug Jakafi passed away from a fatal brain infection. The patient developed PML, but is still alive. The Fool regrets the error.
Shares of biotech Incyte came down hard today, after news that the company's drug Jakafi may have weakened the immune system of one patient in the U.K. enough to allow a rare type of viral brain disease to take hold. In this video, Motley Fool health-care analyst David Williamson gives investors some advice that may temper their panic a bit.
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