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Odonate Therapeutics Inc ODT.OQ (NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market)

28.17 USD
+0.13 (+0.46%)
As of Feb 24
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Previous Close 28.04
Open 28.36
Volume 20,121
3m Avg Volume --
Today’s High 28.60
Today’s Low 27.60
52 Week High 28.60
52 Week Low 15.15
Shares Outstanding (mil) --
Market Capitalization (mil) --
Forward P/E --
Dividend (Yield %) -- ( -- )

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2.00 Mean rating from 3 analysts

KEY STATS

Revenue (mm, USD)
FY17
0
FY16
0
EPS (USD)
FY17
-1.194
FY16
-0.116
*Note: Units in Millions of U.S. Dollars
**Note: Units in U.S. Dollars

KEY RATIOS

Price to Earnings (TTM)
vs sector
--
32.90
Price to Sales (TTM)
vs sector
--
5.77
Price to Book (MRQ)
vs sector
--
5.41
Price to Cash Flow (TTM)
vs sector
--
23.42
Total Debt to Equity (MRQ)
vs sector
--
16.52
LT Debt to Equity (MRQ)
vs sector
--
12.22
Return on Investment (TTM)
vs sector
--
14.43
Return on Equity (TTM)
vs sector
--
16.13

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

Kevin Tang
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Since 2013
Salary: $1.00
Bonus: --
Jeff Vacirca
Vice Chairman of the Board, Since 2016
Salary: --
Bonus: --
John Lemkey
Chief Financial Officer, Since 2013
Salary: --
Bonus: --
Robert Millham
Chief Operating Officer, Since 2017
Salary: --
Bonus: --
Stewart Kroll
Senior Vice President - Biometrics, Since 2016
Salary: --
Bonus: --

COMPANY PROFILE

Sector: Healthcare
Industry: Pharmaceuticals
Address:

4747 Executive Dr Ste 510
SAN DIEGO   CA   92121-3100

Phone: +1858.2003830

Odonate Therapeutics, Inc., formerly Odonate Therapeutics, LLC, is a pharmaceutical company. The Company is engaged in the development of therapeutics to improve and extend the lives of patients with cancer. It is focused on the development of tesetaxel, a novel chemotherapy agent. It has completed Phase-II studies in patients with metastatic breast cancer (MBC). The Company's tesetaxel can be administered orally with a low pill burden and dosing regimen. Taxanes destroy cancer cells by preventing them from entering mitosis and thereby leading to apoptosis (cell death).

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