BioNotebook: Eagle IPO; Incyte, Seattle Genetics earnings; Ventrus data; Dermira update; and a flood of financings
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Eagle launches $50.25m IPO; Incyte, Seattle Genetics rise on 4Q earnings; Ventrus sinks on diltiazem data; Dermira lays out skin study plans; AMAG, Puma, Ophthotech, Ironwood and Oxigene raise cash.
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