In the following video, David Williamson highlights three health-care stocks that had huge -- 25% or more -- moves. Both MAKO Surgical and Dendreon took a tumble on earnings, while Arena soared ahead of an FDA advisory panel. For a closer look at these companies and what investors should make of the market’s reaction, watch the video and Fool on.
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