Exelixis garners $71M in public offering

Exelixis has rounded up slightly more than $71 million on the close of its public offering. Just days before the offering Exelixis reported encouraging interim data from an ongoing Phase II trial evaluating XL647 as first-line therapy for patients with non-small cell lung cancer, with 60 percent of evaluable patients experiencing clinical benefit as their best response.

- see this release on the offering

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