Dendreon (NASDAQ:DNDN) is a company that's really been through it, as have their investors. Many will remember the upheaval back in 2007, when the company showed what they felt were impressive results for their autologous prostate cancer immunotherapy Provenge, got a favorable reception from the FDA's advisory panel, but were then hit with an "approvable" letter asking for more data. (Here are three posts on that: before, during, and after).
Well, the company is back with more data, in 512 patients. And initial reports are that the numbers look good. They're doing a conference call as I write, so we'll know more shortly, and I'll update this post as things become more clear.