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More Valeant Humiliation: Will The Messiness Ever End?

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Valeant experienced more humiliation last week, with Sequoia Fund completely exiting its position, the former CEO dumping about 5 million shares and the FDA raising suicide concerns with brodalumab, likely limiting its market potential.

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