TESARO Inc (TSRO) Shares On Drug Trial Success, Up 110 Percent

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TESARO Inc (TSRO) Shares On Drug Trial Success, Up 110 Percent
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Shares of TESARO Inc (NASDAQ:TSRO) are super hot today today on Ovarian Cancer results and the rally could continue to be hot until phase 3 results in the fall. The stock is up at the time of this written by over $40, 110%, destroying the shorts (at least for today). The sell side are panicing to play catch up with price targets here is what they are saying.

Jefferies:

This morning TESARO Inc (NASDAQ:TSRO reported long-waited Ph3 NOVA data, showing s.s. PFS benefits in both cohorts; plans to file for U.S. & EU approval in 4Q16. Contrary to our cautious stance on non-gBRCAm/HRD+ arm following experts’ discussions, this arm also showed s.s clinically meaningful PFS benefits of ~9mo. AE profile was consistent with Ph1 data (most common Gr3/4 AEs thrombocytopenia, anemia & neutropenia). Full data to be presented at ESMO on 10/7-10/11.

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NOVA Results Bode Well Other Studies: The outstanding NOVA results, in our view, bode well for other ongoing and planned studies involving niraparib. We note that other clinical programs involving niraparib continue to progress well: (i) QUADRA, 4th line ovarian; (ii) PRIMA, 1st line ovarian; (iii) BRAVO, BRCA+ breast cancer; and (iv) combination trials involving: (a) niraparib plus KEYTRUDA, triple negative breast cancer and ovarian indications; and AVANOVA – niraparib plus bevacizumab, ovarian cancer.

Credit Suisse:

We expect broad use across ovarian cancer maintenance and niraparib looks clinically