Down 30%: What Caused Idenix's Crash?
Idenix Pharmaceuticals received more bad news today after reporting that the FDA will require more preclinical data before it can proceed with clinical trials for its experimental hepatitis C drug IDX20963. In the following video, health-care analyst Max Macaluso discusses what this news means in the context of Idenix's previous drug development problems.
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