The Weekly Summary

lebron-cleveland-home-nba-social-media-July 7th – July 13th

In the general news, Israel’s battle with Hamas in Gaza escalated. In the U.S., the Republican House plans to sue President Obama over the ACA law, and LeBron James switched teams to Cleveland.

In healthcare business news, Abbott (ABT) plans to sell its generics business the Mylan (MYL). Abbvie (ABBV) and Shire are still talking about the inversion move merger. Also, some small M&A’s were announced. Thoratec (THOR) acquired Apica, mostly for the IP, and Salix (SLXP) plans to merge with Irish Cosmo Technologies in another inversion deal.

On the data front, Regeneron (REGN) met endpoints with dupilumumab (IL-4R antibody) to treat atopic dermatitis. Also, Sarepta (SRPT) shares fell 30% after eteplirsen failed again in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

From the FDA, Anacor’s (ANAC) Kerydin was approved to treat onychomychosis. In other regulatory matters, the Senate the House in grilling Gilead (GILD) about the price for Sovaldi.

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