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well, I have been hoping for close to 2.5 years. well, dividend is really bad from a tax perspective. i just think some top minority shareholders who have experience in evaluating phase 2 or phase 1 completed assets should join the board ..taro is still trading around 7 times ebitda if u believe june 2014 price hike would sustain.
hoping taro is going to make an accretive acquisition with its huge cash. Other than Novexatin not heard of any buy from taro
Heiman - you simply cannot claim ignorance or human errors on fusilev.
Are you telling Management(before selling stock) with likely 500 man years of pharma sales experience
Did not know that hospitals will buy generic leucovorin when shortage ceases?
Also the whole issue of 340b rebates should have been clearly told to investor s in the fall presentations when they were aware. It seems they were waiting to sell stock.
Management integrity is number 1 in investing.
I don't believe anything from this one.... apaz is just a investor bait I suspect
1. Folotyn sales will double in a "few years"
2. Zevalin will do $300m in a "few years" (first time said in 2010)
3. Fusilev will grow (until Dec 2012 - coincidentally management done with selling their stock at hyped prices)
Then 2 months later, Fusilev sales was forecast to be 40-50% lower. Forget growth,
Management answers to analyst when asked the question. What will happen to Fusilev when generic leucovorin shortage ceases ? Fusilev sales will grow. It doesn't matter if one generic enters or two, Fusilev is pure and is shown to be safer than generic leucovorin.
4. Hello suckers Apaz has failed p3. Don't get baited again. See the above 3 and judge for yourself
not bad...the Anda filing has accelerated big time. great news for long term shareholders as most of these are likely launching beyond 2016
We have direct presence in 9 of the top 10 emerging
o China, Brazil, Russia, India, Mexico, Poland,
Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia
o We are not directly in Venezuela, but do have
sales there via distributors
Over $200M in sales in 2014 for 5 of the top 6
o China, Brazil, Russia, Mexico, and Poland
Delivering double digit revenue growth or greater in 7
of the 9 markets in which we have a direct presence
o China, Brazil, Russia, Mexico, Turkey, Saudi
Arabia, and Indonesia
WebMD News from HealthDay
Finding points to possible treatment for
By Robert Preidt
FRIDAY, June 20, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A man with a rare condition that left him with no hair on his body grew a full head of hair after taking an arthritis drug, a new study reveals.
The 25-year-old patient also grew eyebrows and eyelashes, along with facial, armpit and other hair after treatment with tofacitinib citrate.
The man's lack of body hair was caused by a disease called alopecia universalis. The researchers said this is the first reported case of a successful targeted treatment for the disorder, which has no cure or long-term treatment.
"The results are exactly what we hoped for," study senior author Dr. Brett King, an assistant professor of dermatology at Yale University School of Medicine, said in a university news release.
"This is a huge step forward in the treatment of patients with this condition," King said. "While it's one case, we anticipated the successful treatment of this man based on our current understanding of the disease and the drug. We believe the same results will be duplicated in other patients, and we plan to try."
The patient took 10 milligrams a day of the arthritis drug, according to the study, published online June 18 in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.
After two months, he began to grow scalp and facial hair, the first hair he'd grown in these areas in seven years. After three more months taking 15 milligrams a day of the drug, he had a full head of hair and clearly visible eyebrows and eyelashes, as well as facial, armpit and other hair.
After eight months, the man had full re-growth of his body hair. He reported feeling no side effects and lab tests detected no problems.
It's likely that the drug triggered hair re-growth by switching off the immune system attack on hair fo
speculation aside, you are right about pick up in volume. it has materially increased. If this continues like this for 2 months, i would say taro has reached what I call FAIR LIQUIDITY or VOLUME based on peers....based on my analysis of july 2013. Remember back then the average volume 20k...DAILY FAIR VOLUME based on peers and the available public float was around 100k.
valean'ts product is nothing great. yet they are expecting peak $800m sales. If novexatin passes clinical trials it will cannibalize the whole market
We acquired Jublia® through our purchase of Dow Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2008 and advanced Jublia® from pre-IND stage through Clinical Phases 1, 2 and 3," said J. Michael Pearson, chairman and chief executive officer. "We are working quickly to get this important product launched in the U.S. and Canada in the third quarter of 2014. We anticipate favorable managed care coverage in the U.S., similar to other branded antifungal agents, with peak sales of $300-$800 million in the U.S. alone and we are also working with other regulatory agencies around the world on further approvals. This is the fourth product, sourced from our acquisition of Dow Pharmaceutical Sciences, for which we have received FDA approval the other three being 1% clindamycin and 5% benzoyl peroxide gel (IDP 111), Acanya® and Retin-A Micro (tretinoin) Gel microsphere 0.08%. We have also filed a new treatment for acne, Onexton", which has a PDUFA date of November 30, 2014. All these compounds came through our Dow acquisition, bringing with it the full set of R&D capabilities from preclinical through regulatory."
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- warfarin has 5 competitors...so i really doubt if they did price rise
- clobex as far as I know is still not out of patent. galderma is the innovator
- fluocinonide price rise makes sense - Only Fougera, Perrigo, Glenmark are competitors