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Device/Diagnostics Quarterly Deal-Making Statistics, Q3 2017

Third-quarter device financing at $2.38 billion – almost half of that amount from CooperSurgical's $1.1 billion bridge loan – was double the Q2 total, while device acquisitions showed a steep decrease at $3.38 billion versus Q2's $33.4 billion. Diagnostics fundraising also was up in the third quarter, reaching $2.4 billion (a 133% increase over Q2) mostly from Thermo Fisher Scientific's $1.5 billion follow-on offering, which accounted for 63% of the total. In line with the previous quarter's $1.7 billion in M&A, Q3 diagnostics acquisitions had an aggregate value of $1.8 billion, led by Konica Minolta's $1 billion buy of Ambry Genetics.

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FDA-approved labeling includes boxed warning for depression and suicidality, though this is specific for Huntington's disease patients, who are prone to these conditions.

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Neurocrine's US Label For Ingrezza Should Provide Edge Over Teva's Austedo In TD

A summertime battle is expected between Neurocrine and Teva once both companies get their tardive dyskinesia drugs on the US market, but Neurocrine's April 11 approval for Ingrezza without an FDA warning label is already giving the biotech an edge.

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Device/Diagnostics Quarterly Deal Statistics, Q4 2016

Medtech companies raised $2.4 billion in the fourth quarter, the second-strongest of the year; Q4 device M&A deals totaled $9 billion in value, led by Allergan's $2.9 billion buy of Acelity's LifeCell division. Diagnostics financings finished out the year at $721 million, an increase over the previous quarter and 2016's second-highest quarter, but diagnostics M&A activity was the lowest of the year at $87 million, with only two completed acquisitions.

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