In late March 2013, DARA Bio (DARA) filed its Form 10K annual report highlighting both the business and financial updates from 2012. Below we discuss the key drivers at DARA, and why we believe the company is a vastly undervalued emerging specialty pharmaceutical story.
The San Diego-based pharmaceutical company has five approved products internationally, covering erectile dysfunction (Vitaros), side effects of cancer therapy (Totect and Granisol), coronary artery disease (Nitromist) and dry mouth (Aquoral). After a series of successes in strategic partnerships, acquisitions, peer review and clinical data in Q3, the company is garnering some serious attention.
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Ligand Pharmaceuticals has agreed to buy the struggling Metabasis Therapeutics for $3.2 million in cash.