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What made Incyte rise last week?

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The discontinuation of Sanofi's JAK2 inhibitor for myelofibrosis, fedratinib (SAR302503), despite previous positive results from Phase III trials was a shock to many on 18 November. As might be expected, the elimination of impending competition was seen as a boon for the maker of the only approved JAK inhibitor for myelofibrosis, Incyte (which together with Novartis sells Jakafi/Jakavi (ruxolitinib).

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