I'll happily grant that the best path between two points isn't always a straight line, but with all of the ups and downs (mostly downs) from Amicus (FOLD) over the past year, I can understand if investors no longer want to wait around to see if this recent strategic retrenchment proves a sound move for the long-term.
With lead drug migalastat unlikely to make it to market as a monotherapy, little data on combo therapy in Fabry's, and a one year delay in the Pompe program, not to mention Glaxo (GSK) bowing out of the migalastat program, bears have a lot to chew on. I'm somewhat more bullish on the acquisition of Callidus, though,...
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