Around five months ago, I thought Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals (CYCC) looked like an interesting speculative biotech play, as the market seemed to be hugely pessimistic on a drug (sapacitabine) that had shown encouraging evidence of efficacy in a seriously under-treated patient population. Since that report (and two by Seeking Alpha contributor Scrying Biotech), the shares are up about 50% and I would argue that these shares are still an interesting speculation for the risk-seeking biotech investor.
To be very clear, I'm still not unreservedly bullish on these shares. I think bears will remain fixated on the risks represented by running a Phase III trial with an unapproved drug as a control, not to mention the more typical...
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