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Celldex Therapeutics, Inc.

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Celldex’s third-quarter results were encouraging with the company reporting narrower-than-expected loss and revenues surpassing expectations. The company’s efforts to build its immuno-oncology pipeline are also impressive.  The upcoming Kolltan acquisition bodes well for the company. Meanwhile, Celldex’s lead pipeline candidate, glembatumumab vedotin, is in mid-stage development for different types of cancer. We are encouraged by Celldex’s partnership agreements with big players like Bristol-Myers and Roche. However, with no approved product in its portfolio, Celldex has to depend entirely on product development and licensing agreements, contracts and grants for revenues. We are also concerned about the early-to mid- stage nature of its pipeline. With a number of ongoing studies, any development or regulatory setback would weigh heavily on the stock. Stiff competition in the immuno-oncology space remains a threat as well.


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