Dendreon (NASDAQOTH:DNDNQ) is a constant target for short-sellers, with shares down by a third for 2012 and the two-year graph looking even worse. But with a very important clinical trial on the way for Dendreon's Provenge in sequence with Johnson & Johnson's (NYSE:JNJ) drug Zytiga in a pre-chemo cancer indication, is the short-selling over? Motley Fool health care analyst David Williamson tells us why the shorts might be wrong on this one and why Dendreon might be due for a turnaround.
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