October 2009
BioWorld Insight;10/19/2009, Vol. 17 Issue 42, p6
The article presents financings and deals of pharmaceutical companies. Adventrx Pharmaceuticals Inc. received a gross income of 11.3 million dollars from its registered direct offering of stock and warrants. Allos Therapeutics Inc. obtained on its disclosed public stock offering a net income of 93 million dollars. Onyx Pharmaceuticals Inc. acquired the cancer company Proteolix Inc. in an 851 million dollar worth deal.


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