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Biotech / Medical
Pharmacyclics (PCYC)
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Emcee:  Doug Meetmer Type:  Unmoderated
Please also see discussions about PCYC under QLT area.

Pharmacyclics is a company with three products in clinical development
and multiple compounds in preclinical development. Their products are:

Gd-Tex (gadolinium texophyrin), a radiation sensitizer. This product
is in Phase I trials, which are still open for enrollment. They are
studying effects on brain metastases, as well as looking at MDT's
(maximum tolerable dose).

Lu-Tex (lutetium texaphyrin PCI-0123), a light activated drug being
studied for treatment of various cutaneous tumors, including Kaposis
Sarcoma, melanoma, breast CA, and others. It is in Phase I trials,
the interim results of which looked very favorable for both efficacy
and toxicity. In fact, it could be a very important compound when and
if they demonstrate its efficacy in trials, because the drug has a fairly
short half-life, which limits its toxicity.

Gadolite oral suspension, an MRI contrast agent for the GI tract. This
is in Phase III trials and a NDA has been filed.

I believe they will compete in a difficult but very promising market.
The real question will be what , if any, advantages will Lu-Tex
have over products being studied by QLT and PDT. The CEO of PCYC is
Rich Miller who founded IDEC pharmaceuticals and he is supposedly
a very bright guy and whatever he touches seems to work (both
scientifically and for the shareholders).

I am not a stock promoter nor am I a principal of the company,
but I have been watching PCYC for several months and just
bought some shares due to the recent weakness in its stock price, and
because of the potential for its products.

I would love to keep and ongoing discussion about this company.

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717Blood. 2015 Apr 2. pii: blood-2015-01-621391. [Epub ahead of print] Selinexor iscaram(o)uche-4/7/2015
716Story about the President of Pharmacyclics being the largest donor to ScientologChris12-1/29/2013
715You were more than right. $60 though?Wayners-7/18/2012
714ok, so over a longish range these guys have been steady. expecting that they wilmarketfriends-2/8/2012
713ok, this might interest some people who have been thinking about PCYC. marketfrmarketfriends-2/6/2012
712PCYC will going up very soon. What do you think??dondon26-5/2/2007
711What about the compassionate conservative panel (CCAC)?rkrw-4/4/2007
710Here's hoping it is accepted and they draw the neutraceuticals panel.keokalani'nui-4/4/2007
709PCYC... I file on you. Pharmacyclics to file cancer drug over FDA protest Wed Akenhott-4/4/2007
708<i>I wonder what this is about.</i> Hmm. Lot of shares short.Steve Lokness-4/3/2007
707I wonder what this is about. If the BoD staged a coup or they dump the texaphrikeokalani'nui-4/3/2007
706I just listened to Cowen and dumped the few shares I bought after the RTF. The keokalani'nui-3/15/2007
705Hi mcbio I do not follow them anymore. Have no insight into what they are doinJohn McCarthy-3/3/2007
704Anyone follow PCYC anymore? I don't have a position but am considering givemcbio-3/3/2007
703Pharmacyclics Announces Presentation and Publication of Preliminary Results EvalJohn McCarthy-12/12/2005
702RE "nice action....." For sure! I seem to remember PCYC crashing froEACarl-3/2/2004
701Nice action today. Message 19869718 MarcJMarcus-3/2/2004
700Any thoughts on the enrollment period for the current Phase 3 SmartTrial. I beGary105-1/21/2004
699It is an interesting case. I would like to know why they saw so "good"Icebrg-1/18/2004
698(editing, here..... Marc, I meant to address this post to you, just to let yoscaram(o)uche-1/18/2004
697Response to motexafin gadolinium and ionizing radiation of experimental rat prosIcebrg-1/16/2004
696Marc >>It just so happens that NSCLC metastasizing to the brain provides Icebrg-1/16/2004
695The CEO's letter to stockholders from the 2003 Annual Report provides a goodJMarcus-1/16/2004
694Erik, for the moment I'm pingponging between here and the Biotech Valuation JMarcus-1/16/2004
693>>Journal of Clinical Oncology>> The big Question is "Why onlyIcebrg-1/16/2004
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