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Monday Biotech Deal Review: March 12, 2012

Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for Monday March 12, 2012.  Following a break, the Monday Biotech Deal Review is back with summaries of biotech transactions over the previous weeks.  Activity has been impressive over the past month, with pharma-giant Valeant Pharmaceuticals syndicating $600M in senior secured indebtedness under its existing senior credit facility to fund (among other things) future acquisitions, Alexion Pharmaceuticals completing its acquisition of Enobia Pharma for $610M and Futuremed Healthcare Products Corporation was acquired by Cardinal Health Inc.  Also of note was the recent $80.5M equity financing by YM BioSciences as well as the reverse takeover of The Atman Co. by Biotonix.  Read on to learn more.   Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: March 29, 2011

Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for March 28, 2011.  There was a flurry of financing activity last week, with over $76M raised or announced in biotech funds (not including the $60M Genome Canada investment announced by the Government of Canada).  Double-digit million-dollar deals included MethylGene’s $34.5M private placement announcement, Medicago’s $17M private placement announcement, and the closing of Novadaq’s $15M private placement.  Read on to learn more.  Read more of this post

Monday Biotech “Happy Holidays” Deal Review: December 27, 2010

Welcome to your Monday Biotech “Happy Holidays” Deal Review!  For those who may have noticed, last week the Monday Biotech Deal Review took its own holiday, so this week’s digest contains biotech news spanning the past two weeks – to ensure you don’t miss a single drummer boy’s beat.  It has been a busy two weeks, with a notable $40M public offering by YM BioSciences of common shares that was announced, priced and closed, as well as an update by Angiotech with respect to its debt restructuring efforts.  There have also been some interesting strategic partnerships and licensing activity over the break.  Read on to learn more.     Read more of this post

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