Since the company's clinical data mix-up in a non-small-cell lung cancer study of bavituximab, Peregrine investors have been anxiously waiting to see what, if any, life might remain for the drug in this potentially lucrative indication. Today, the company released interim findings from its investigation into the mishap, and, as one might expect to see from a company with its back against the wall, the findings were considered positive. However, as Brenton Flynn discusses in the following video, investor should approach this with a "once bitten, twice shy" mentality.
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