077 – Advisory Committee Votes NO on Biogen’s Aducanumab! Rhythm Pharma’s Major Upcoming Catalysts

Rhythm Pharmaceuticals is tackling rare genetic obesity disorders with their MC4R agonist, Setmelanotide. They have 3 upcoming catalysts, the most important being the effect of the compound on a basket of high impact “loss of function” patients (POMC/LEPR-deficient heterozygotes, in particular). I go through all their catalysts in great detail along with a mock model.
Biogen’s Aducanumab was decidedly voted against in a recent FDA advisory committee with regards to the evidence provided in support of an effect in Alzheimer’s disease. The stock saw serious volatility after the FDA briefing documents were released, but has since subsided with a CRL likely being priced in. I also touch on $AXGT ($SIOX) and $ATNM.

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