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Enough top-performing CAPS investors have recently turned bullish on ImClone (NASDAQ:IMCL) to upgrade it from its mediocre three-star rank to a more formidable four stars. A total of 223 investors have given their opinion on the cancer drug maker, with many of them offering analysis and commentary explaining the recent optimism.

With ImClone's cancer drug Erbitux finding new uses in treating various forms of cancer, investors see more potential for the biotech firm to significantly expand revenues. ImClone recently detailed the effectiveness of its drug in treating non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients, and the results should be good enough to enable partner Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY) to gain marketing approval. If this pans out, the company will jump into a large but crowded market that already has treatments from OSI Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:OSIP), AstraZeneca (NYSE:AZN), and Genentech (NYSE:DNA), and potential new drugs from firms such as Exelixis (NASDAQ:EXEL) and Onyx Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ONXX) coming in as well.

But while the lead lung cancer drug -- Avastin from Genetech -- provides longer life spans, it is not recommended for patients with blood disorders, or those taking blood thinning agents. This leaves a big opportunity for ImClone's drug to be the treatment of choice for these patients. CAPS investors are increasingly seeing more potential at ImClone, with more than 86% of the investors rating the company now expecting it to outperform the market.

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