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Enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Exelixis
Many CAPS members like to point to Exelixis' growing pipeline of drugs and licensing deals -- including eight cancer compounds and three others that it's working with on its own. Its latest partnership with sanofi-aventis
It also struck an excellent deal last December with Bristol-Myers Squibb
Larger players see big potential in cancer drugs, as evidenced by Johnson & Johnson's
While many other small drug companies struggle in a tight market, Exelixis has now brought in more than $400 million through licensing deals since late last year, giving it a solid cushion of cash for the near future, and leading the CEO to claim the company's in the best financial shape it's ever been in.
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Fool contributor Dave Mock recently upgraded his martini with a better grade of olives. He owns shares of Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. Pfizer is an Inside Value selection. Johnson & Johnson is an Income Investor recommendation. The Fool owns shares of Exelixis. The Fool's disclosure policy moonlights as Squeaky the Clown at kids' birthday parties.