I have long planned to write my opinion on Cellceutix (CTIX), which I consider one of the most exciting oncology-focused biotech companies. Despite the usual risks of an early-stage biotech, I find their p53 activator compound Kevetrin one of the most interesting things to follow.
However, when Cellceutix acquired PolyMedix assets from bankruptcy in September 2013, I was not sure what to make out of it. A biotech company developing cancer drugs is buying an antibiotic company's assets? I must admit that my impression was not positive at first. I prefer when an early-stage biotech company stays focused on the key compounds. After some time, I analyzed the acquisition in more depth and started developing a sneaking suspicion that it...
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