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4 Oncology Biotechs to Meet and Watch

Posted On March 6, 2014 | by AllenCaron

Over the past year, a large number of new biotech companies have gone public. This surge  is a natural progression from the corporate retrenching and personnel reductions of the 2008 recession. Given the current healthcare environment, especially […]

$1,000 Milestone for Molecular Analysis

Posted On March 4, 2014 | by AllenCaron

In the world of molecular analysis, one long-term goal has been the creation of cost effective genome sequencing. A recent announcement from Illumina, Inc. (Nasdaq:ILMN), the world’s leading seller of gene sequencing machines, marks the near accomplishment […]

Domestic, International Small Cap Companies Work to Treat Cancer

Posted On November 12, 2013 | by AllenCaron

13% of all deaths worldwide are caused by cancer. When it comes to this disease, people are willing to try just about anything for a cure. People around the world are turning to treatments derived from things […]

As Digestive Disorders Rise, Small Caps Take Charge

Posted On October 8, 2013 | by AllenCaron

While many people deal with minor digestive troubles from time to time, more than 60 million people in the US live with more chronic digestive diseases. Millions of people are hospitalized each year as a result of […]

In 2007, 13% of all deaths worldwide were caused by cancer (7.9 million).  That same year, the overall cost of cancer in the US alone, including treatment and indirect costs such as loss of productivity in the […]

Today up triple digits. Tomorrow down triple digits. With the wobbly, volatile markets careening back and forth on a daily basis, several prominent investors separated from the pack this week and stepped boldly forward to suggest this is […]

Big-Indication Small Biotechs: Value Waiting to be Realized

Posted On October 15, 2010 | by AllenCaron

Something heard regularly from investors in the biotech and pharma world is that they want to find companies working on big indications that are underserved  (an “indication” is a disease or condition that could be helped in some way by […]


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