Sure, his words can move biotech stock prices, and he knows his stuff. But he is there to sell copy, so he loves to create controversy, especially at the high level of research and skill he commands. So just trade or invest in the world that really exists, versus how you think it should be. And remember Buffet's idea: if the company is profitable, stable, and especially growing (SPPI 3 for 3) the stock price will eventually reflect that.
Plus, it always wise to know the counter argument, and not get too carried away with your own story. (Thanks, Adam, seriously, even though your articles have cost me tens of thousands of dollars. Maybe in the future you can help me win back a lot more.)