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Commented by Nico Popp on May 17th, 2022 | 09:54 CEST

Alzheimer's share? Ask the CEO! Valneva, NervGen Pharma, Bayer

  • Biotech
  • Pharma

High blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer's disease are scourges of our time. As people in industrialized countries grow older, it becomes increasingly likely that they will also suffer from one of these diseases. While there is likely to be a genetic predisposition for all of the ailments mentioned, lifestyle also plays a role. Lack of exercise and obesity often leads first to high blood pressure, then to diabetes, and ultimately to even worse conditions. In the event of a pandemic, all people with such pre-existing conditions belong to a high-risk group. Reason enough to take a closer look at stocks related to these issues and ask how investors can profit.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 5th, 2022 | 12:57 CEST

Bayer, NervGen, Adler Group - Pharma and Real Estate, management in focus

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma
  • Investments

Corporate giant Bayer is collaborating with Charité Berlin to cure genetic diseases in the future. A paradox? Big Pharma thrives on alleviating symptoms but not curing diseases. Things will soon look different. The biotech company NervGen is also dedicated to curing diseases. The approach here: reverse degenerative nerve conditions through self-healing. Specifically, this means helping individuals with paraplegia who are wheelchair-bound reconnect their neural pathways. The Company is in the clinical trials phase and was started by a co-founder who witnessed a dramatic accident. One cannot speak of an accident at the real estate company Adler Group. Four board members have resigned after auditor KPMG refused to give its OK for the annual financial statements. Can management regain the confidence of shareholders?

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 5th, 2022 | 11:52 CEST

Biotech-Investments also work conservatively: BioNTech, XPhyto, Valneva

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma
  • Covid19

Biotech stocks are often seen as all-or-nothing investments - either a bet works out, or the companies disappear into oblivion. But innovative companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors do not always operate in just one area. They are not always spectacular projects that are dependent on approval procedures. We outline the investment opportunities around three well-known biotech stocks.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on January 26th, 2022 | 13:34 CET

Valneva, Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, MorphoSys - This is where it gets exciting!

  • Pharma
  • Biotech
  • Innovations

The Corona pandemic still has the world firmly in its grip. The number of new infections is skyrocketing. Nevertheless, the chances are good that the pandemic can be brought under control by means of numerous vaccines. But Corona is not the only scourge. Numerous research efforts are focused on diagnosing, treating and curing cancer. Here, innovative AI-based technologies are increasingly being used to help save lives and significantly reduce costs for the healthcare system.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 4th, 2021 | 11:10 CEST

XPhyto Therapeutics - Groundbreaking diagnostic platforms of the future

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma

The number of infectious diseases that we humans are fighting today has increased significantly in recent decades, not just because they have become known and researched. Increasingly frequent variants and neoplasms have also led in turn to entirely new disease patterns. An important area upstream of the medical sector is the large diagnostics market. The umbrella term of diagnostics is used in particular in the context of the detection and differentiation of diseases. This is referred to as clinical diagnostics. Many test and diagnostic procedures are assigned to the bioscience sector since studies must first prove their exact validity. Worldwide, more than 10,000 companies are involved in symptom research, the detection, screening and analysis of the diagnosis of diseases.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 14th, 2021 | 10:54 CEST

Cardiol Therapeutics, CureVac, Bayer - Where is the journey heading?

  • Pharma

One might think that the pharmaceutical industry is the big winner of the Corona Crisis. However, according to a study by EY, this is not the case. Sales did increase by an average of 4.4% at the largest pharma companies, a much better result than in many other industries, but compared to 2019, growth actually fell by 8.4%. That is due to the postponement of medical treatments due to the Corona Crisis. The industry benefits from the ever-increasing number of elderly people worldwide and, at the same time, the development of new drugs. As a result, sales and profits have increased even during the crisis. We, therefore, highlight three companies from the pharma sector.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 2nd, 2021 | 11:15 CET

Q&M Dental, Pfizer, BioNTech, Teva: Watch out for these pharma picks!

  • Pharma

The COVID pandemic has permanent surprises in store, which strongly influence our daily life. The province of Tyrol was sealed off entirely 2 weeks ago. The Czech Republic is being helped out with vaccine doses because the incidence figures are going through the roof. In Germany, hairdressers and DIY stores have been allowed to open again. Gradually, everyday life is returning to normal, but it will probably take some time before we regain the quality of life of the pre-Corona years. Let's take a closer look at various business models in the healthcare industry to get a feel for what's next.

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Commented by Mario Hose on November 3rd, 2019 | 07:37 CET

BAYER, MERCK OR NOVARTIS - WHO BUYS NOXXON PHARMA?

  • Pharma

The therapy and cure of serious diseases is a large market with a high willingness to invest. Companies that are active in research and development need experienced teams and partners as well as a lot of liquidity and opportunities to carry out tests. Bayer, Merck and Novartis are well-known global players in the research and treatment of cancer. It is not uncommon for these companies to work with small partners and, if successful, to even acquire them. A transaction may be imminent.

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